GSEQS Latest News & Events
It has been a busy summer. My father, Bob, has been on the road non-stop in order to keep current with our routine service clients. After a hot month with the famous Inglewood Park Cemetery, we’ve had the pleasure of recently servicing—for the first time—Mount Vernon Memorial Park and Mortuary in Sacramento. This is a fine SCI with great people, grateful for us keeping their equipment in top condition. Many thanks go out to their staff for letting us stay late so we could get the job done!
Now we are gearing up for fall conventions—my personal favorite time of the year—such as the CMAC in Fish Camp and the PCA in Corning. This year we are debuting a piece of equipment that every cemetery should be interested in: the new Aluminum Hydraulic Shoring Device from Teleshore UK Ltd. This is a completely Cal/OSHA compliant device which makes shoring easy, sturdy, and safe, and the first of its kind. At last, there is a shoring system designed for grave sites. We customize the device to fit your gravesites and to provide plenty of clearance for your vaults. This device should be viewed as both a benefit and a necessity. Cal/OSHA regulation code 1541.1 states that all excavations beyond five feet must be shored with an adequate system. We provide you with proper documentation in order to secure legitimacy and ensure complete compliance. This is certainly something you should be interested in, so feel free to email (link here) or call us about it.
It has been a wonderful time working for my father and getting to know our clients. I am looking forward to working with you and becoming more involved in the death care industry as time goes on. This is my full commitment to GSEQS and our clients: I have never experienced a better, more cohesive industry to work for, and thus I plan to work as hard as you do.
5/26/09There's alot of new exciting stuff going on right now! With Shay coming on to give me a hand, we have been able to work on items to enhance our services. First, is the new "shoring device system". Soon, we will be offering a very unique unit to conveniently shore-up the grave after it has been excavated. Demonstrations will be available also. There are other unique items and services in the works, and we will bring you the details as soon as we can. In the mean time, we are still out there providing p.m. service and repairs, keeping our customers equipment at top performance! Please contact us and find how we can make a world of differance to your daily operation!
April is upon us! Many exciting things going on here at GSEQS, and first off, allow me to introduce our latest addition. Shay Clay, my son has been around my business for many moons, and now after completing his college semester, is jumping on board to give us a much needed hand. Shay's talents will be focused on helping the business during this busy time of expansion, and development, as our PM programs keep me on the road. Shay will be heading up the Chief Operating Officer position, to include his creative abilities to ramp up our total marketing program. Our goal for 2009, is to bring awareness to our industry we serve of our genuine, and unique approach to maintenance and repair in a professional manner.
This week is the "Catholic Cemeteries of the West" ( sounds like an old western movie), annual meeting. In May I will be heading back to Chicago to Frigid Fluids, and up to Michigan to Holland Supply for technical updates. Please contact me with any comments, or questions about us, and I look forward to the opportunity to discuss how our services can greatly benifit your operations.
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