Seacoast Electric Offers Marine Cable And Service Brochures

Seacoast Electric Company, Rye, N.Y., is offering a number of free brochures and bulletins detailing its marine shipboard cables, "Just-In- Time" computerized inventory management and distribution system and other products and services.

In addition, the company also is offering a detailed training manual, which provides users with a greater knowledge of shipboard cables, cord, tubing, and other marine electrical products and equipment.

The products detailed in the Seacoast Electric literature include the company's new advanced lowsmoke, low-halogen marine cable, MIL-C-24643, which has been approved and qualified by the U.S.

Navy for unshielded, shielded and all optimized braided shielded constructions.

Also detailed is the Seacoast Electric advanced lightweight marine cable, MIL-C-24640.

Among the services offered by the company, Seacoast's "Just-In- Time" (J.I.T.) inventory management and distribution system is one of its most unique.

According to the company, J.I.T.

allows a customer to have complete control and use of his inventory by means of on-line information via computer link-up between Seacoast's warehouse and the customer's office.

This system allows for easy inventory analysis as well as streamlined ordering, purchasing, invoicing and distribution geared to a customer's exact production needs. With the cost-efficient J.I.T. program, the company reports there is no expediting, more efficient communications, less need to stockpile inventory, less personnel involved in procurement, less time to execute or- ders, less waste and less scrap. This adds up to higher productivity and profit on inventory investment.

Seacoast's detailed 54-page training manual provides an excellent comprehensive overview of shipboard and marine electrical equipment.

The manual is divided into 13 sections, and includes such subjects as conductors, insulations, shields and armors, shipboard cable history, U.S. Navy cable, terminal and stuffing tubes, etc.

In addition, Seacoast announced that its credit department has extended its hours and is now open from 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. EST to provide customers with better service.

Customers can reach the credit department by calling (914) 921- 0400. After 5 p.m., call (914) 976-800 for service.

Claire Demmel, Michele Collins and Noreen McCarthy- Flores are Seacoast's credit representatives.

They are able to assist customers with any questions regarding invoices, credits, return authorizations and credit status.

For free copies of the Seacoast Electric brochures and literature, Circle 98 on Reader Service Card

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