We're keeping a close eye on the developments of COVID-19 and its impact on our industry. That's why we've prepared in advance and stocked our 50,000 sq. ft. warehouse full of necessary components to complete existing and new orders.
In short, we would like to assure our customers and future clients that we have the capacity to complete existing and new orders quickly.
Did an event you were planning to attend get canceled? We know the pain all too well. That's why we're making ourselves and our products available to you no matter where you are.
You can try any of our products for 45 days without commitment. Just tell us what product line you're interested in and we'll build one to send it your way to take for a test drive.
Just fill out the form and one of our team members will be in touch to discuss the details a bit further.
We have a tight grip on our supply chain to keep customers' computers safe from unauthorized access on the hardware and software level.
Our 50,000+ sq. ft. facility is equipped with readily available components to meet your strict deadlines even in times of limited supply.
This means that you can call any time during business hours and discuss complex designs with an any of our Engineers.
Rest assured that we are still supporting products well beyond the norm. Our 11+ year average life cycle still stands strong.
Lawrenceville, Georgia, April 29, 2020 - Trenton Systems recently donated 16 gallons of hand sanitizer to the City of Lawrenceville to help city employees protect themselves and others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michael Bowling, CEO, pictured right, and Yazz Krdzalic, Director of Marketing and Business Development, pictured center, delivered the sanitizer to Mayor David Still at Lawrenceville City Hall on Wednesday, April 29.
After receiving word that the city was running low, Trenton Systems felt the need to lend a sanitized helping hand.
As an essential business, Trenton Systems is more than happy to support the city's essential workers as they continue to serve the community during such trying and uncertain times.
Trenton Systems would like to thank these workers for their diligence and sacrifice. Without them, our lives would be a lot more difficult, and a lot less safe.
We hope that this donation will help protect city employees and their loved ones as the community continues to grapple with the unprecedented effects of COVID-19.
With current and future events canceling due to the virus, we want to assure you that we're doing everything in our power to keep the well-being of our employees and customers a top priority as well. To learn more about the plans and measures we've implemented, read our recent press release here.