You may not have heard of Service Electric Broadband Cable before, but research says that you typically partake in what they helped pioneer hours every day. Read their engaging history below and see how our wire partition is used in their facility to secure their valuable inventory.
Dealer: Don McGinley from Eastern Lift Truck Company's Maple Shade, New Jersey location
Project: Wire partitions for inventory storage
About Service Electric Broadband Cable
Service Electric Broadband Cable (SEBC) paved the way for cable TV in Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania in the late 1940's. What started as one antenna tower on top of a mountain quickly became a community antenna system, which consisted of several families. They only had access to Philadelphia's three channels, but people would congregate outside the original storefront where three different TV's displayed the three channels.
John Walson, original owner of Service Electric Company, was recognized by the U.S. Congress and the National Cable Television Association as the founder of the cable television industry. The company has easily adapted and continues to lead the way in the industry. They serve over 290,000 subscribers across 250 communities in Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania and Northwestern New Jersey. As such, we are proud to have our products serve a functional role in keeping their inventory secure.
Wire Partitions Create Secure Inventory
Our wire partition was used to create a parts cage to keep SEBC's valuable inventory secure. As there are many technicians coming in and out of the warehouse, the parts cage keeps all inventory safe and secure. With so many technicians and parts, inventory was hard to control. We worked with Eastern Lift Truck to provide a solution for SEBC that exceeded expectations.
See pictures below of the final product.