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General Kinematics New Website Announcement

It Is Here! Check out our new look.

General Kinematics is ecstatic to announce the launch of our new website! The new www.generalkinematics.com features a stylish Web 2.0 look and quick intuitive access to our vibratory equipment line.

Our visitors will love the improved navigation, extensive resources and easier ways to get in touch with us. We hope you enjoy exploring our improved website.

On another note, you may have missed us on the “What’s Shaking at GK,” blog. Now that our site has launched, look forward to new posts that highlight the latest technologies, products and applications in the field. We’ll also highlight the great employees who work at GK and present ways for you to improve your products and process.

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