Cisco-Eagle

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    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. 

    TypePrivate
    Founded1970
    HQDallas, TX, US
    Websitecisco-eagle.com
    Employee Ratings3.8

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Feb 2021)124
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Cisco-Eagle

    Warren W. Gandall

    Warren W. Gandall

    CEO/Chairman of the Board
    Darein W. Gandall

    Darein W. Gandall

    President
    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

    CFO
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    Cisco-Eagle Office Locations

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

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    Founding Date

    1970

    Cisco-Eagle Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    B

    81/100

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    Cisco-Eagle Online and Social Media Presence

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    Cisco-Eagle Blogs

    Download Our Guide To Warehouse Security

    Every facility fights a constant battle to keep its equipment and product safe and secure from theft. You want to maintain access for high-value items while also limiting availability to only those that really need to handle them. Our new guide to industrial security is here to help you find the rig…

    Integrating Conveyors and Lifts

    Above: scissor lift/rotator at the end of pallet conveyor line Conveyors and scissor lifts are frequently integrated due to the fact that it’s such an efficient way to manipulate loads along a conveyor line. Loads can be lifted, raised or rotated on a lift table for a variety of activities. When you…

    Cisco-Eagle Promotes David Sahyouni to National Sales Support Manager

    Cisco-Eagle has promoted David Sahyouni to National Sales Support Manager, according to James Murphy, Vice-President of Sales. Sahyouni, a Dallas Customer Service Manager since 2005, will focus on developing critical sales, post-order and customer service functions for Cisco-Eagle’s nationally-based…

    Pallet Rack Safety: Preventable Risks

    Pallet racks are safe and stable storage for pallets and bulk loads in warehouses, factories and other facilities, but you should be aware of the kind of dangers they pose when misapplied, modified or neglected. In any safety program, you’re always looking for risks you can prevent. What are some av…

    Running To Stand Still – Floor Matting For Ergonomic Protection

    As with all equipment in your facility, your workers are important parts of the operations process and the bottom line. Keeping them safe is always a high priority, but just as important is making sure they can be comfortable (or at least as comfortable as allowed) so that performance and productivi…

    Where to Add Warehouse Guardrails

    Facility safety for many warehouses focuses on industrial traffic and vehicles like forklifts or stackers, and no wonder—the damage that a simple mistake can do, and the people that can be harmed—is considerable. There are many varieties of guardrail systems, and they all function a little different…
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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 124 employees.

    • Who are Cisco-Eagle competitors?

      Competitors of Cisco-Eagle include Kelley Dock Solutions, Normet and Argosy International.

    • 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.