Thanks to the efforts of our faithful and diligent production staff, our annualized rate of Motorized Pulley production and repair is the same in May of 2020 as it was during the equivalent period of 2019.

In response to the implementation of phase one of North Carolina “Stay at Home” rules, we adopted even more conservative PPE rules at our facility.  Here Brandon Mathis wears a face mask as he works with Motorized Pulley parts inventory.

As an extra precaution, in light of the implementation of phase one of North Carolina “Stay at Home” rules, we are measuring and recording each person’s temperature before the start of each work day.  Here Pete Svizeny wears a face mask as he assembles small Motorized Pulleys.

In addition to other conservative safety measures, in response to the implementation of phase one of North Carolina “Stay at Home” rules, we upgraded from weekly to daily sanitization of common areas at our facility.  Here Casie Moore wears a face mask as he repairs Motorized Pulley returned to us for service.