Distributor Wire & Cable (DWC), Denver, recently announced that as an essential business providing supply chain support to electrical distributors currently serving frontline medical and critical infrastructure projects, DWC wanted to embrace any role it could to support the U.S. healthcare system in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
Now through April 30, DWC will provide special healthcare support pricing on all wire and cable products marked for use in medical facilities and first responder applications. So if an electrical distributor has a customer needing wire and cable that will be used in projects or facilities to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, DWC will either provide these materials for free or at a deeply discounted price, depending on the specific products needed. Because each of these critical projects is unique, electrical distributors are being asked to have an up-front conversation with a DWC account manager to discuss the specifics of each qualifying quote request.
One of the core values that DWC was founded on is "Give back, a lot." Working hand in hand, electrical distributors and DWC can help support the immediate needs of healthcare providers by reducing their resource expenditures and cutting through potential time-consuming red tape.