Wire & Cable Project Solution
Omni Cable has been a market leader since 1977 and has been able to adjust to both product needs and the need for project management. We can work with engineers to make sure that all product, quantity, and delivery needs are met. One minor mistake, such as a shortage of wire or a delay in delivery time, can create a chain of delays throughout the entire project.
Omni Cable has an extensive inventory so that we can be your “One-Stop Shop” for all of the wire and cable needed for a project. Make Omni Cable your source for all of your project needs.
Why do you need a Wire & Cable Project Solution?
- Omni Cable has stock ready to cut and ship same day, so you never have to worry about any project delays
- Lengths are managed to reduce excess spending
- Omni Cable is flexible with changes of specs or inventory needs
- Project costs can increase throughout the project if cable costs increase. Omni Cable offers firm pricing throughout the project
- Omni Cable can help eliminate hidden costs which can add up to 25% of project costs
- Omni Cable can arrange joint sales calls with engineers and manufacturers
Why should you use Omni Cable?
- 98.91% of orders are shipped within a 24-hour period
- 99.95% order accuracy (material & quantity)
- Omni Cable maintains ownership and liability until it is delivered to the job site
- Dedicated Product Specialists have access to inventory 24/7/365
- 12 locations and over $60 million in inventory nationwide
- Technical and engineering supports and on-site assistance
Omni Cable’s Wire & Cable Project Solution can help increase efficiency by:
- Overseeing logistics from point of order
- Following a strict schedule
- Reducing excess spending
- Managing inventory
- Shipping directly to the job site
- Having one source for your wire & cable
Omni Cable can help eliminate hidden costs such as:
- Storage and labor costs associated with receiving the materials too early
- Loss from theft of materials stored on site
- Damaged cable due to having the material on site before it is needed
- Labor costs from moving materials in and out of storage
- Additional shipping cost from shipping to the distributor first
- Invoices for materials that have not shipped yet
- Delays due to material shortages
- Surplus material after job completion