As autumn tries to wedge itself into our warm Colorado October, we're savoring these last "late summer" days that allow us to keep the shop doors open. We're hosting plenty of customers who want to stop in and check out their panels. Our "Open Door" policy is very much in place!
You may have read Evan Coulter's post about knocking down some walls so our shop is more open. Here's what the shop looks like now with the wall down, and what we looked like in 2004:
A lot has changed over the years, that's for sure! We're keeping our eyes on new tech, working with our valuable business partners and Thinking Well. We continue to grow and are grateful for all of the employees and customers who brought us to this point.
We'd love to help you with your next panel project. Please reach out today. It would be a pleasure to meet you.
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I’m pleased to introduce another Colorado company and valuable UCEC vendor, Royal Supply Company, Inc. Based out of Commerce City, Royal Supply was founded in 1963 by former United States Air Force Mechanic Virgil Flanders. This early version of the company was known as Denver’s “Rivet House” because they were a supplier of surplus aircraft parts.
Editor's Note: Several members of the UCEC team recently returned from Monterrey, Mexico where we helped our customer modify and expand some panels they had onsite. This trip made us remember a similar journey in February 2016.
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Each week, we ship out our meticulously crafted electrical control panels to sites in North America and beyond. This week, we carefully packed up panels that are headed to Monterrey, Mexico. Bon voyage! And now, it's back to work.