Cisco-Eagle Adds Nashville, Tennessee Office
Growing demand in the dynamic Nashville industrial market
Above: Don Laux, Account Executive for Cisco-Eagle
Dallas-based Cisco-Eagle, Inc. has established operations in Nashville, Tennessee, according to Director of Sales James Murphy.
The Nashville office is slated to serve Cisco-Eagle’s growing Tennessee customer base, as well as surrounding regions in Kentucky and throughout the South.
“We decided to place an office in Nashville because it’s been a growing market for us for years,” Murphy said. “It’s a terrific manufacturing and distribution area, and it continues to thrive. We needed to have this presence to cope with what our Tennessee customers are asking us to do.”
Don Laux is Cisco-Eagle’s Nashville account executive.”Don knows manufacturing inside and out,” Murphy said. “He’s been in the business of optimizing production, material flow and efficiency for many years, and he’ll be able to jump right in and solve problems for our Tennessee customers. He has operated warehousing and manufacturing facilities from top to bottom and he knows the issues facility operators face on a daily basis.”
Cisco-Eagle provides solutions for movement, storage, retrieval, control and protection of materials and products throughout manufacturing, distribution, consumption and disposal. Solutions involve application of material handling equipment such as conveyors, carousels, rack, shelving, mezzanines, and other important elements. More complex solutions may incorporate a higher level of controls, automation equipment and distributed intelligence. Cisco-Eagle’s exclusive AisleCop® forklift safety system is deployed for safety operations at scores of top companies nationwide. The company serves customers in all U.S. states and over 70 foreign countries.
Scott Stone is Cisco-Eagle's Vice President of Marketing with more than thirty years of experience in material handling, warehousing and industrial operations. His work is published in multiple industry journals an websites on a variety of warehousing topics. He writes about automation, warehousing, safety, manufacturing and other areas of concern for industrial operations and those who operate them.