United Pacific Industries has been working diligently for the last year and nine months on their new and improved website. The vision of that effort spent is now available for you to see at www.uapac.com. United Pacific Industries (UPI) set out to build a website that was as comprehensive as their product line. It was a complete team effort of internal and outsourced resources to complete the website project. The website now features a “New Items” section that is updated every month, an expansive collection of their latest flyers and flip-animated catalogs, and more access to product images than ever before. “We want our website to be as complete as possible,” says David Szatkowski, Director of Marketing at UPI, “so we worked and will continue to work really hard to make sure that everything that UPI has is made available to our customers.” As the aftermarket trucking industry becomes more and more competitive, a strong web presence and online catalogs are a major part of setting businesses apart. UPI took a big step forward with their new website. This site is a major marketing tool moving forward for both internal and customer product reference and purchase. David went on to state, “We believe that our new website is powerful, sharp and functional, and a great reflection of our theme – Quality Innovation and Design.” Responding to the needs of their consumers, UPI’s newly-designed website will make it easier for their customers to find new product announcements and product images. “We want our customers to have as much access as possible to what they need to make informed purchases,” said David. Based in Carson, California, UPI is a manufacturer of aftermarket big rig truck custom parts and accents. We at 10-4 Magazine are proud to have them in our fine family of longtime advertisers. United Pacific Industries can be found online at www.uapac.com or by calling (310) 638-5988.
UPI’s New & Improved Website
Daniel J. Linss has been with 10-4 Magazine since the beginning in September of 1993 and has been the Editor and Art Director since March of 1994. Over the years, he has also become an owner and one of the main photographers for 10-4 and is well-known for his insightful cover feature articles and honest show reports. Married for over 30 years with three grown children, Daniel produces 10-4 Magazine each and every month from his office in Central California.