Cisco-Eagle

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    Cisco-Eagle provides solutions for movement, storage, retrieval, control and protection of materials and products throughout manufacturing, distribution, consumption and disposal. Solutions involve the 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.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1970
    HQDallas, US
    Websitecisco-eagle.com
    Employee Ratings4.5

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    Employees (est.) (Aug 2020)121
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Cisco-Eagle

    Warren W. Gandall

    Warren W. Gandall

    CEO/Chairman of the Board
    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
    James Murphy

    James Murphy

    Director of Sales, Arkansas
    Larry Trowbridge

    Larry Trowbridge

    Director of Operations
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    Cisco-Eagle Office Locations

    Cisco-Eagle has an office in Dallas
    Dallas, US (HQ)
    2120 Valley View Ln
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    Cisco-Eagle Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1970

    Cisco-Eagle Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    B

    86/100

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    Cisco-Eagle Online and Social Media Presence

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    Cisco-Eagle Blogs

    Shoptalk: Pushback Rack For High Density Storage

    In this installment of Cisco-Eagle’s Shoptalk series, Matt, who works in our Houston sales division, reviews the advantages that a pushback rack system can have in multiple aspects of warehousing and storage. Pushback rack gives you the option to store more pallets in the same bay than selective rac…

    Conveyor Belt Specification

    Belt conveyors are used in applications where loads need more support than rollers can give them, usually for things like cartons with irregular bottoms, bags, components and similar loads. They’re sometimes used for small parts, produce or components. The type of belt you specify will usually tie d…

    Download Our Industrial Shelving Guide

    The right shelving gives you safe, stable, flexible storage for a broad variety of loads. To help you specify your next shelving project, we’ve published a new guide to industrial shelving, packed with information and tips to help you design an economical, space-efficient warehouse shelving system. …

    Workstation Ergonomics: Eliminating Extreme Movements

    With the massive worker compensation costs related to musculoskeletal disorders, finding ways to reduce the risks is imperative. In May, we discussed the impact of work positioning. This time, the focus on the effects of extreme movements and how to counteract the risks. This is the second part of o…

    Employee Ownership and Productivity

    It’s common sense: if you deal with a business owner, you get better service People with a stake tend to be more proactive than people who just work at a company. And while there are plenty of dedicated, service-oriented employees at companies that aren’t employee-owned, owners are more productive a…

    Shoptalk: Flexible Facility Guarding

    In this installment of Cisco-Eagle’s Shoptalk series, Steve, who works in our web sales & service group, demonstrates how flexible warehouse guarding products offer an efficient way to protect workers, machinery and products from forklift impacts. Their unique flexibility lets then flex from for…
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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, William D. Cupps and Robert S. Hauck.

    • How many employees does Cisco-Eagle have?

      Cisco-Eagle has 121 employees.

    • Who are Cisco-Eagle competitors?

      Competitors of Cisco-Eagle include Tandemloc, Oneida Air Systems and Vitrek.

    • Where is Cisco-Eagle headquarters?

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

    • Where are Cisco-Eagle offices?

      Cisco-Eagle has an office in Dallas.

    • How many offices does Cisco-Eagle have?

      Cisco-Eagle has 1 office.