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CES Blog

  • July 13, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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Office lighting is notoriously utilitarian. It’s the last thing people notice about an office, if it’s noticed at all. Farland Corp., a company based in New Bedford, Massachusetts, wanted something better for their new facility. They wanted their lighting to have a unique look, leave a positive impression, and create a more comfortable environment, a […]

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  • July 10, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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[Hutto, Texas] — Deep in the heart of the Texas Silicon Valley, about 30 miles northeast of Austin, you’ll find Hutto. Known as the Hippo Capital of Texas, it has more than 4,000 hippo statues located around town, including one right outside the new CES Hutto branch. “I will be the only CES branch in […]

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  • July 1, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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Long voyages. Massive vessels. Global trade routes. Navigating relationships with port authorities. Working with onboard engineers. Sourcing highly specialized, foreign-made tools for heavy machinery. To a marine supplier that knows the industry, this is just an average work day. While our branches supply local contractors, commercial developments, renewable installations, and more, the CES Marine Division […]

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  • July 1, 2020
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When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Branch Manager Benjamin Davis and his wife, Jamie Davis, did everything they could to make sure the smallest voices continued to be heard. In this case, it involved donating masks to the volunteers who advocate for children as they go through foster care in North Carolina. “Benjamin has always taken […]

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  • June 29, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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Global trade and the supply chain as a whole both rely heavily on maritime shipping to transport goods all around the world. And when vessels make it to port after a long voyage, they need to rely on a marine supplier to stock up on shipboard consumables and spares, including motor control parts, wires, cable, […]

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  • June 29, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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“Never in my life did I think I’d get called out for the amount of working out I do,” said Brittany Hudson, a City Electric Supply Lighting Specialist. “It’s been a huge argument between my husband and me because he’s always wanted me to do workouts with him, and I have refused for our entire […]

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  • June 22, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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[Tempe, AZ] — Pier 202 will stand 30 stories tall. It will have a sky bridge connecting two high-rise, mixed-use buildings. It’ll feature ground-level retail, fine dining, Class A offices. And above it all, in the scenic, walkable, waterfront district of Tempe Town Lake, there will be apartments with floor-to-ceiling glass windows in Tempe’s largest […]

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