From Limited Demand to Unprecedented Demand: Western Technology Rises to Meet the Challenge
BREMERTON, WA, March 15, 2022 — Anticipating significant demand increases after two years of Covid-19 related malaise, Western Technology is geared up to meet the needs of its existing and prospective diverse customer base of marine, industrial and aviation focused clients.
“We understand that our customers have struggled with labor shortages, supply chain disruption and associated cost-related issues over the last two years and we’re committed to help them overcome such challenges now that the business environment seems to be normalizing,” said Jim Giese, Western Technology’s Founder and CEO.
Western Technology’s answer to the uncertainties of the past couple of years has been to continue development of both high performance-based explosion proof and conventional location lighting systems in order to be ready for customer demand for when the Covid-19 tide eventually turned.
Each light and related systems are designed to adhere to comprehensive critical safety, productivity and reliability standards. From Western’s proprietary hand-held battery-powered BODYLight™️ with a UVA option to its industry-leading Zero Emission BRICKSkid™️Light Tower, each Western light is designed, built and certified to the most stringent UL standards in America, and in accord with our commitment to environmental and sustainability.
“Our objective has been to maximize productivity while minimizing the materials, labor and other resources required to complete time-sensitive, essential and often critical-infrastructure-related projects,” said Giese.