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Some companies celebrate the fact that they have been in business for 25 years, or 40 years, or even 50 years. At Darby, we’ve been in business for over 160 years! The reason for this longevity stems from our ability to exceed the expectations of the broad range ofcustomers that use wire mesh and wire cloth. We pride ourselves in our ability to service all customers, but we have never lost sight of the fact that industrial users are Darby’s core customer.
To our industrial customers, Darby offers a selection of customized product offerings known as the “Darby Advantage”. These wire mesh oriented offerings include: Dedicated Customer Service, Large & Varied Inventory, Preferred & Competitive Pricing, Knowledge of Product & Industry, Fabrication Services, Expediting Services, and Blanket Order & Consignment Programs.
For more information on these, please visit: http://www.darbywiremesh.com/industrial-user/
In this blog entry, we want to focus on Darby’s preferred and competitive pricing we offer to qualified industrial users. When a customer is identified as an industrial user, our system will automatically reflect that by offering competitive pricing. This pricing applies to various wire mesh specifications in stock; it also applies to custom manufactured runs.
We also encourage our industrial users to contact us directly, either via email or phone, and discuss your requirements. We are always eager to help an industrial user when price is one of the many determinants of securing a job.
Last year, Pope Francis graced Philadelphia for a long weekend. This year, the DNC visits Philly for the week. We may be a bit biased, but we love our city! We are always happy to welcome visitors to Philadelphia.
Philadelphia is often referred to the birthplace of America because it was in the city that the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. The Founding Fathers of our nation often spent time in Independence Hall and the surrounding area.
This larger area today is known as Old City, and the Old City area will always hold a special place in the history of our company, Edward J. Darby & Son, Inc. It is believed that one of Darby’s first manufacturing facilities was located on the 200 block of Arch Street, a few blocks from Independence Hall.
Darby is no longer based in Old City. We are now headquartered in North Philadelphia, a few blocks from Temple University.
As the Democratic National Convention is set to take over the city, we want to let all of our customers know that Darby Wire Mesh has taken the necessary precautions to make sure your requirements are taken care of. We have coordinated with our shipping carriers, and they have ensured us that they do not expect delays. At Darby, we will be here, amid the hustle and bustle, to make sure we are able to service all of your wire mesh needs. Feel free to talk to us about any special requirements you may have.
*** For over 160 years, EJ Darby and Son, Inc. has been a mainstay in the wire mesh industry and excels in supplying mesh for use in a broad range of applications and industries.***
In July of 2016, Edward J. Darby & Son, Inc. – one of the country’s oldest manufacturers and distributors of wire mesh and wire cloth – launched a brand new website aimed to better serve all types of wire mesh users.
Our old site – may it rest in peace – was great…for a while. We will miss it!
Our new website contains a ton of more information, including new and up-to-date wire mesh specific content and high quality photos. We hope that you like it!
Please be sure to spend some time visiting www.darbywiremesh.com
***Founded in 1854, Edward J. Darby & Son, Inc. remains a trusted manufacturer and distributor of wire mesh and wire cloth. For over 160 years, Darby has been a mainstay in the wire mesh industry and excels in supplying mesh for use in a broad range of applications and industries. Darby supplies hog farmers and aerospace engineers, and every user in between, including those within the filtration, automotive, food, architectural, security and electronics industries.***
Lately, many of our blog entries have focused on the technical side of the wire mesh industry. Because the nuts and bolts of wire mesh can be confusing, we wanted to help. So, we created a wire mesh quiz…and even followed up with a pop quiz to further test your wire mesh knowledge. The topic was “Mesh Count,” and many of our customers have informed us how useful and helpful it was in learning about wire mesh.
Back in October 2013, Darby Wire Mesh presented a first of its kind – the first Wire Mesh Quiz. In this quiz, we went over the basics of mesh count; and after a few illustrations, we tested you, our website visitor. Based on your results, we learned that many of you are well on your way to becoming wire mesh experts.