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Liberty Wire & Cable Offers Expanded Palette of Project Services for Professional AV Installers

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ORLANDO, FL--Liberty Wire & Cable is offering an expanded line-up of Project Services for professional AV installers at InfoComm International 2009, the annual convention of the International Communications Industries Association.

Liberty forklift operator drives palette of installation-specific cables and products.

Liberty’s broad and comprehensive Project Services allow for complete installations to be kitted, labeled, packaged, palettized and delivered to any single or multiple job site, small or large, instead of assembled at the job site. Liberty’s services combine bulk wire, bundled cables, connectors, tools, passive and active plates and panels, and custom kits and assemblies in ways that place an installation’s complete needs at the installer’s fingertips.

“Regardless of the size of an installation, Liberty makes it easier,” said James Blumhardt, vice president of sales for the Eastern Region. “Our Project Services reduce installers’ costs and ensure product availability and on-time delivery.”

Liberty’s Project Services are among the easiest ways to help professional installers take time and aggravation out of their installation jobs. The Services are scalable from a single room or classroom to a complete educational facility with several hundred classrooms. “Our unique abilities are differentiators in the industry,” said Kirk Horlbeck, Senior Vice President of Marketing. “We’re one of the few suppliers providing such complete turnkey solutions.”

Liberty’s full array of Project Services can be discussed with Liberty consultants and technical experts at Booth 5641, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, during the show.

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