US Cargo Control Introduce New Wire Rope Products

Press Release
Monday, February 25, 2013

E-commerce company adds more than 20 new products to its wire rope category to better serve a wider range of industries.

Web store US Cargo Control.com has increased its selection of wire rope products and re-vamped its web pages to better serve its customers.

An entire category of specialty steel cable products has been added, including compacted and swaged steel configurations, which offer greater strength than standard steel cable rope. Spin resistant wire rope cable has also been added to better serve industries such as excavating, logging, marine and dredging.

US Cargo Control's VP of Marketing, Sarah Barron, says months of research went into determining what products needed to be added to round out the company’s wire cable category. “We were offering a limited line of popular wire rope products, and we quickly learned after research and customer feedback, that we should be adding more configurations for particular industries,” said Barron. “Along with the spin resist wire rope, our new category also includes drilling line and sand line wire rope, which should satisfy the needs of those in industries such as well drilling.”

Wire rope from US Cargo Control can be purchased online at USCargoControl.com or by calling the company’s phone line with a dedicated sales team specially trained in wire rope products: 800-660-3585.
 

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