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Anixter and Wesco Merge

JANUARY 13, 2020 BY STOCKWINNERS COM Anixter sold for $4.5 billion Wesco to acquire Anixter in cash, stock deal valued at $4.5B WESCO (WCC) and Anixter (AXE) announced that their boards of directors have unanimously approved a definitive merger agreement under which

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Bicsi Oct 1 Vegas

VDI Mark Smith and Dan Fields are at the Bicsi West Show this week increasing our information transport knowledge and climbing in with industry leaders. All of that and both of us are on the home stretch of completing our

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Welcome Aboard Dan Fields, RCDD to the VDI Team

Dan is the newest member of our Vertical Datacom team but Dan is not new to the industry.   Dan had his own low voltage contractorship for 20 years covering Missouri, Kansas, Oklhaoma, and Arkansas.  Dan then moved into distribution sales

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Innovative Video Technologies

When your looking at camera and video security surveillance for Enterprise or Government look no further than Vertical Datacom. We can help engineer a true end to end Video Analytics solution with Facial Recognition the migrates into your existing network

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Snake Tray Access Floor Solutions

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Cheese Balling N. Louisiana

Christmas is still out there being delivered to friends and customers! 375 balls this year going fast in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana while supplies last!

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Copper — a metal with a history of predicting economic trouble — hits 1-year low, nears bear market

The metal’s futures for September delivery traded as low as $2.6735 per pound, their lowest since July 14, 2017. ·       “Demand still looked very good, [but] as the year unfolded, trade tensions started to weigh on growth,” says Suki Cooper,

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