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    Cisco-Eagle is a material handling systems and equipment provider. It offers solutions for the movement, storage, retrieval, control, and protection of materials and products throughout their manufacture, distribution, consumption, and disposal. Solutions involve the application of material handling equipment such as conveyors, carousels, rack, shelving, mezzanines, and other important elements. 

    HQDallas, US
    Employee Ratings4.4

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    Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)121
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    Key People/Management at Cisco-Eagle

    Warren W. Gandall

    Warren W. Gandall

    CEO/Chairman of the Board
    Darein W. Gandall

    Darein W. Gandall

    William D. Cupps

    William D. Cupps

    Vice President
    Robert S. Hauck

    Robert S. Hauck

    Vice President/CIO
    Chris Doyle

    Chris Doyle

    Director of Sales, Texas
    S.R. Williams

    S.R. Williams

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    Cisco-Eagle Office Locations

    Cisco-Eagle has offices in Dallas, Alpena, Chesterfield, Collinsville and in 7 other locations
    Dallas, US (HQ)
    2120 Valley View Ln
    Alpena, US
    486 S Ripley Blvd #134
    Chesterfield, US
    17209 Chesterfield Airport Rd #202
    Collinsville, US
    256 Patsy Ave
    Houston, US
    10649 Haddington Dr #90
    Little Rock, US
    1419 Westpark Dr
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    Plastic Chain Conveyor Applications

    Plastic chain conveyors are ideal in situations where you’re conveying relatively lightweight loads in relatively tight spaces and need a conveyor that can be plugged into machinery, sorters or other conveyors. What are some of the situations and applications where plastic chain can be specified? Th…

    Vertical Pallet Movement Options

    In modern warehouses and manufacturing facilities, the vertical cube should be fully exploited, meaning that you should use overhead air space in your storage and processing operations because it’s less expensive and more efficient. Before you expand or relocate, it’s always better to use that space…

    What Is The Cisco-Eagle Difference?

    You have plenty of options when searching for an organization to help you build, expand or enhance your facility. These options all have roughly the same products and services. Often, you can buy the same exact equipment and brands from a number of sources. When that’s the case, why would you choose…

    Cisco-Eagle Names James Murphy Vice-President of Sales

    Effective September 1, 2020 Cisco-Eagle has named James Murphy Vice-President of Sales according to company president Darein Gandall. Murphy brings a wealth of experience to the position. After beginning his material handling career at Hytrol Conveyors, Murphy joined Cisco-Eagle in a sales role in 1…

    Cisco-Eagle is 100% Employee-Owned

    Since 2000, Cisco-Eagle has been 70% owned by our employees. That all changed on August 27, 2020, when our ESOP Committee announced at our annual stock price reveal meeting that the company has become 100% employee-owned. Why 100% employee ownership matters Because 100% employee-owned companies do n…

    The Basement Tapes – Tenant Lockers Options For Your Condo

    As multi-family apartments and condominiums are continuing to be constructed at a fast pace nationwide, the need for those that dwell in those spaces to store their belongings is a need that never goes away, only amplified by our e-commerce consumer culture. If your location doesn’t offer storage fo…
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    Cisco-Eagle Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Cisco-Eagle founded?

      Cisco-Eagle was founded in 1970.

    • Who are Cisco-Eagle key executives?

      Cisco-Eagle's key executives are Warren W. Gandall, Darein W. Gandall and William D. Cupps.

    • How many employees does Cisco-Eagle have?

      Cisco-Eagle has 121 employees.

    • Who are Cisco-Eagle competitors?

      Competitors of Cisco-Eagle include Bobst Group, Eurofork and Normet.

    • Where is Cisco-Eagle headquarters?

      Cisco-Eagle headquarters is located at 2120 Valley View Ln, Dallas.

    • Where are Cisco-Eagle offices?

      Cisco-Eagle has offices in Dallas, Alpena, Chesterfield, Collinsville and in 7 other locations.

    • How many offices does Cisco-Eagle have?

      Cisco-Eagle has 11 offices.