Transfer Oil 2.0
YouTube® channel, followed by Facebook® and then Twitter®, ending with the opening of a Skype® Room where you can contact the sales office in real time. The addition in each webpage of a practical tool such as Add This™ for content sharing has been the ”icing on the cake”.
We now begin a new chapter: to provide the opportunity to comment on the news published on our website.
The term Web 2.0 was coined in 1999 to explain the change that would lead to not having more static content, but dynamic content, shared with other users. The basis of this new concept is the participation, the sharing and the collaboration of users.
As you can see, on the bottom of the page, you can post a comment.
The data required are name, email address, Nickname (name you want to appear in the commentary), and optionally, the name of the company.
Your comment will appear as soon as possible after being validated internally.
At this stage we can only invite you to write, supposing that you share the question that appears in the subtitle. Can we look at business as an interactive community?