Our Client Texas Pride Fuels is a fuel distribution company that provides fuel, lubricants and services to industries that traditional fuel distributors do not service. Their market covers Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico as well as Texas – and since … Continue reading
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Installing the Same Auto Parts Storage System… Twice! Our Client I-20 Dodge Auto Dealer Service Center While driving through Canton, Texas three years ago, automotive specialist Rode Chambers of W.W. Cannon saw ground being broken on the new I-20 Dodge … Continue reading
NFIB Leadership Council Names New Chair Greg Brown of W.W. Cannon, Inc. to Lead Advisory Group [Press Release: Dallas, Texas, March 14, 2018] Greg Brown, president and owner of W.W. Cannon, Inc., has been selected to chair the National Federation … Continue reading
Spring is almost upon us and it’s everyone’s favorite time to get in some serious cleaning. Pleasant weather allows for windows and doors to be open, along with a renewed sense of energy to take care of piled up tasks inside … Continue reading
Our Client Texas Door Manufacturer Success often brings its own challenges. W.W. Cannon’s client, an industrial door manufacturer out of Fort Worth Texas serving thousands of dealers nationwide, had grown from their original 6,000 square foot warehouse to the present … Continue reading
New tax reform package, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, offers businesses to write off 100% of the cost of modular buildings being installed in 2018. Most of us enjoy receiving gifts, so be sure to take advantage of the … Continue reading
Put your net out for the catch! Simple concept. You do it while fishing to prevent the escape of your prized catch; ensuring it doesn’t fall off the hook. Similar concept with high density product storage. Products stored 20+ feet high are prone to shifting, … Continue reading
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According to OSHA, fall hazards were the 2017 leading cause of worker deaths and lost-workday injuries. 4th Qtr in 2017, OSHA announced its Top 10 Safety Violations. The list identifies top workplace safety issue violations cited from Oct 1, 2016 to … Continue reading