Yale Cordage Appoints Los Angeles Based Company As New Electric Utility Product Representative In The State of California And Western Nevada

West Coast Utility Solutions Recognized As Electric Utility Products Leader

SACO, Maine — September 21, 2015 — Yale Cordage, a custom specialty rope manufacturer based in Saco, Maine, announced this past week that West Coast Utility Solutions has been appointed as an authorized Electric Utility Products manufacturer’s representative in the State of California and Clark County Nevada.

West Coast Utility Solutions is a Los Angeles based company founded on a distinct combination of customer service and synergy between all of their product lines. This designation makes them a primary representative of Yale’s utility products, from handlines and winchlines to string lines and slings, in California and Clark County.

“The confidence we have in West Coast Utility Solutions to represent our products cannot be understated,” said Bill Putnam, president of Yale Cordage. “For years, they have proven themselves to be an expert resource for the Utility products industry in California and Nevada.” Yale Cordage prides itself not just on the quality of its products, but the quality of the client relationships it builds through its representatives. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YaleCordage

About Yale Cordage

Yale Cordage is a custom specialty rope manufacturer based in Saco, Maine with a 65- year reputation for quality and innovation. The company’s roots date back to 1950, when O. Sherman Yale combined new synthetic materials with high quality braiding techniques to create innovative synthetic ropes and related products for the commercial fishing industry. Since then, Yale has continued to bring new cordage solutions to the market. Using the latest innovative fibers and braiding technology, we now produce lines trusted not only by commercial fishermen, but also by competitors such as America’s Cup sailors and award-winning climbers, high-risk workers such as utility linemen and longwall miners, and even U.S. Navy Seals.