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For Immediate Release May 9, 2008

Contact: Kathy Brysse

Gates launches website in Spanish with technical advice and drive design programmes

In order to offer Spanish customers more tailored information in their own language, Gates has recently launched a Spanish version of the European website. Next to extended information on Gates’ products the site contains technical advice and tips for belt maintenance and also specially developed drive design programmes.
The Spanish site is accessible through or This newly launched website offers extended information on all Gates products, including brochures and marketing materials, which can easily be downloaded. Gates also added an updated version of its DesignFlex® Pro™, a fast and easy resource for drive calculation for both V- and synchronous belts. With this programme, clients can design a drive in minutes, and get every possible drive solution that fits their design parameters. Moreover, the design specifications can be printed, e-mailed or extracted in PDF format.
Recently Gates has also added a new section called ‘Ask the Expert’ where technical advice and belt tips can be found. From there a complete preventive maintenance manual can be downloaded. Furthermore, Gates also incorporated a Poly Chain GT Carbon micro-site completely dedicated to this new product and its advantages.
The Spanish website is as detailed as its English, German, French and Russian counterparts and demonstrates Gates commitment to outstanding quality and service for all its customers. These dedicated language sites form an addition to the broad range of services, tools and training Gates has to offer to the industrial market. In the course of 2008, more European languages will be made available.