When a rush delivery is required, Golden Harvest delivers gates
February 15, 2012

Gates shipping from Golden Harvest

The floods of 2011 did massive damage to the levees up and down the Missouri River valley last year. The US Army Corps of Engineers has been designing repair projects and issuing contracts for fast-track completion of repairs before the spring flood season arrives in mid-March. Many of these projects have required new slide gates, sluice gates, and flap gates to replace old ones that were damaged last summer. Golden Harvest, the gate manufacturer from Washington state whom we have represented since 2004, has repeatedly delivered the near-impossible, with rush turnaround times on gates for these projects that beat out the abilities of any other manufacturer in the world. Consider the gate thimbles shown above. The project followed a remarkable emergency timeline:

Final quotation issued: January 6, 2012
Order received: January 6, 2012
Submittal drawings issued: January 9, 2012
Submittal calculations issued: January 10, 2012
Release to production: January 12, 2012
Thimbles shipped: January 25, 2012

The completed gates are scheduled for shipment in the next three or four business days -- less than 6 weeks after submittal approval. When you need a rush delivery on stormwater gates or flood-control gates, Golden Harvest has the fastest turn-around in the industry. Contact us and we'll help you get the gates you need on the deadline you need to meet.

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