E.B Horsman Welcomes Elasco Products as New Supplier

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September 23, 2022

This summer marked an uptick in activity across most sectors—including special events—following a two-year pandemic hiatus. While most of us welcome this fresh surge of energy, it also means a renewed focus on workplace safety while protecting electrical cables from increased vehicle and foot traffic, and from harsh elements. 

Elasco Products — E.B. Horsman’s newest supplier —offers a wide variety of cable protectors, hose ramps, dropovers, and wheel and aircraft chocks for long-term and temporary projects. Elasco’s products support an impressive range of industries—from utility, electrical, and construction to oil and gas, mining, and military. They’re also suitable for warehouses, indoor worksites, flea markets, garages, conferences, entertainment venues, shopping malls, the office, festivals, marinas and much more

So whether you’re preparing a worksite for a construction or mining project, or setting up a temporary space for a music festival, food truck, or film set, Elasco Products keep you powered up safely with its cable management, protection, and organization solutions.

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