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Lancer Launches the New Lancer-Systems.com

Lancer Systems LP, an engineering and manufacturing group specializing in plastic, composite and fiber optic technologies, today announced the launch of a new company website - www.lancer-systems.com. The new site offers customers easy-to-access product information and industry insight into its composites, fiber optics, small arms and seals business areas, as well as intuitive navigation and an updated look for an improved user experience.

With the launch of a new website, Lancer continues its momentum from 2012; the surge in in-house manufacturing and engineering capability that kicked-off last year, including four equipment upgrades and the hire of high performance composites engineer, Robert Cook Jr., Ph.D., has successfully positioned Lancer to meet today's increased customer demand in every area of the production process.

As Lancer continues to grow to meet demand, customer service is now, more than ever, the company's primary focus.

"Our new website was built with our customers' needs in mind; a tool to make their experience working with us as easy and pleasant as possible," said Bill Meiklejohn, president, Lancer Systems. "Our website is a very visible piece of Lancer's overall effort to enhance the customer experience. Whether you come to us for one part, or to develop a relationship for support with a long term project, we want to make the process as fluid and effortless for customers as possible. With the launch of our new website, we believe we're one step closer to achieving this goal."

About Lancer Systems

Lancer creates value solutions for challenging and harsh environment applications using plastic, fiber optic, and composite technologies. With engineering and manufacturing capabilities that span across our small arms, composites, fiber optic and seals business areas, Lancer delivers innovative solutions trusted by customers in the defense, aerospace, natural gas and oil industries. For additional information, contact Lancer at 610.973.2600, email [email protected] or visit www.lancer-systems.com.

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