Milt talks about safety in your facility. There are many potential avenues for injury in any warehouse setting. Learn safety for your facility.
Wells Fargo needed secure wire partition panels. Wells Fargo required multiple wire mesh partition cages within their downtown facility. Two cages were used to protect entering the computer server rooms. Several additional cages were used to control access to both financial and confidential information.
As the leading manufacturer of woven and welded wire partitions in the nation, we enjoy working with our dealers throughout the nation and showcasing how our products are increasing efficiencies and safety in diverse industries across the nation.
WireCrafters made the trip to the MODEX Show in Atlanta, Georgia from April 9-12. If you had the opportunity to stop by the booth, you would have seen a few things. The first thing that caught many visitors’ eyes was our back wall of the booth. The second thing, or we should say person, they came to see was our very own Milt Tandy, “star” of Mondays With Milt.
Our 2018 modex show is going to be awesome! We have a great display planned for the 2018 MODEX show in Atlanta, Georgia. Come see it!
We always look forward to the MODEX and ProMat shows, which alternate every year, and this year’s MODEX show is right around the corner. MODEX is where all of the cutting-edge technology for the manufacturing industry is showcased. WireCrafters exhibits every year at MODEX, but this year we are bringing our biggest exhibit we have ever showcased at MODEX, which makes us that much more excited about this year’s show. Come say hi to us at booth B2147!
Milt’s twin brother is in town and he wants to talk Technician Storage Lockers.
Milt walks through the different wire mesh options we have at WireCrafters. From our standard gray to heavy-duty six gauge wire.
This parking garage had some space that was unusable for parking spots so they wanted to designate an area for their residents to store their bikes securely. This presented a unique challenge for WireCrafters due to the metal beams that separated the space. The architect specified that the panels needed to match the angles of the beams instead of going on the inside to maximize the space available.
Milt is out in the shop discussing the installation of a push bar door with cage champion, Justin.