Under Desk Cable Management Company Launches New Website

TechDek Products has launched its new website designed to make the checkout process and everything smoother. The company is now using recycled materials as well.

Sterling Heights MI, USA - September 11, 2019 / / —

TechDek Products and Manley Gallup are pleased to announce that their under desk cable management system website has been redesigned to present their line of products better. The site also contains explanations of how to use the signature product. Cable Corral is designed to reduce the tangle of unsightly cable and cord clutter.

The versatile, sturdy and easy-to-install Cable Corral under-desk cable control products are suitable for more extensive business workstations with multiple devices and accessories to smaller desktops at home. There is a Cable Corral product that is the perfect solution to organize power strips, adapters, small peripherals, and data and A/V cords and Cables and get it all off of the floor - out of sight and out of the way.

Further details are available at https://www.techdekproducts.com/

Most cable and wire management products only address cord and cable routing with various ties, clamps, channels, or loops, while ignoring the real problem: a power strip that sits on the floor, to which these cords and cables must be routed. This usually results in a tangled mess that inhibits foot placement and is challenging to clean around.

The Cable Corral is made of 100 percent recycled steel. Power Strips, surge protectors, power adapters, routers, modems, accessories, and many other items can be safely and securely stored in, on, or hanging from Cable Corral under-desk organizers. Cable Corral units mount to horizontal and vertical surfaces to keep the space under desks, tables, benching, and other work areas free of cord and cable clutter, making cleaning, maintenance, and troubleshooting faster and easier, and work more productive. They are a simple, effective, and economical solution to power source + cable and wire management problems.

The products are designed and packaged in the US and Made in Taiwan. Each Cable Corral model is available in a choice of three durable finishes: Black powder coat, White powder coat, and Bright zinc-plated.

Further details are available at Tech Dek Products

Contact Info:
Name: Manley Gallup
Email: Send Email
Organization: Tech Dek Products
Address: 42820 Mound Rd, Sterling Heights MI 48314
Phone: (248) 841-4514
Website: https://www.techdekproducts.com/

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTPFGA8NyeMiXBUEJJYhpYA


Release ID: 88918116

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