We expound on the role of Tool Cribs in warehouse operations. There are many benefits, but we also share how to customize them to your needs.
Here are questions to ask when selecting machine guarding. Utilizing them in should be a breeze, but purchasing decisions requires analysis.
We trust our products at WireCrafters. Our employees’ safety is important so we only install WireCrafters in our facility.
Milt and Aaron discuss our new product, the Universal Door. This product allows the end-user to hinge their door any way they need without having to change locks.
Our sales team knows the product. In this episode, our regional team installs some of our applications to better understand things.
Milt is joined by Bill Glenn, our Director of Machine Guarding to discuss the RapidGuard ® II Machine Guard product.
Machine guarding is effective for production line safety, protecting employees and equipment. See how this solution helped a local manufacturer!
We launched a new website design. Take a look at the WireCrafters website design with David Fishburn and Milt Tandy on Mondays With Milt.
Now we can talk about the importance of USA-made materials and products. “Made In USA” labels are trademarked by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). To be considered Made In U.S.A, it’s stated that “all or virtually all” significant parts and processing that go into the product must be of US origin. For some industries, if their items are assembled in the US with more than 50% American-made parts, they are still legally allowed to use the trademarked label. Because of these broad terms, both consumers and companies can become confused about the validity of this label. There’s good news though. Some companies, like WireCrafters, sell products that are 100% Made In U.S.A.
Safety Concerns you can find in your facility. Learn more about these concerns and how WireCrafters can help.