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Opening and Closing with Specialty Hinges from Winco
January 27, 2021From simple hinges for welding on to multi-joint hinges with complex kinematics, the Winco selection has everything needed for superior door and flap solutions-Including extra functions.You might think that when it comes to opening and closing, all the possibilities of hinges have already been exhausted. Not even close. Winco regularly succeeds in making further improvements to hinges, adding practical extra features or creating designs for very particular niche applications.For heavy duty applications, for example, try hinge GN 237.3, a compact, heavy duty hinge of stainless steel. With a 180° range of motion, these hinges can stand up to even high dynamic wear-regardless of the mounting orientation-thanks to special shim washers. Depending on the selected type, the hinge bands also have centering extensions that ensure a tighter fit-preventing sliding and eliminating the transverse forces that otherwise place extremely heavy loads on the screws. The hinge pin is secured against loss by a recess and supplied with lifetime lubrication. An asymmetrical band arrangement and the associated possibility of a third fastening hole proves its value especially when mounted in areas with thinner material cross-sections.The hinge series GN 235, on the other hand, can be mounted with socket head cap screws and-thanks to the offset axis-still swivels by 180° without collision. Horizontal and vertical slots simplify adjustment, and the hole pattern corresponds to existing hole arrangements, making it easier to replace existing hinges.Additional functionality is offered by hinges with variable friction, and in another Winco part, an integrated spring ensures independent return of the hinge. This special product range, which also includes integrated damping, indexing and locking functions, is being continually expanded by Winco.One kinematic highlight is already available from Winco: the multiple-joint hinge with either a 4x, 7x or 10x joint mechanism, which opens flaps and shifts their position at the same time. 180° is also standard here, and the internal installation once again makes use of slots. The GN 7237 stainless steel multiple-joint hinges are installed on the inside of flaps, hatches and doors to save space and ensure protection against vandalism. The hinges have a maximum opening angle of 180°, which provides optimal accessibility and avoids the blocking of escape routes by open doors, for example.With its design hinges GN 138, Winco offers solutions for appearance-sensitive applications: the closed hinge body of die-cast zinc hides the fastening screws and is available in various sizes-soon also in stainless steel.You can find more information online at www.jwwinco.com.ContactDirect: 262-957-5120Office: 800-877-8351Email: email@example.comWeb: www.jwwinco.com
A clean addition: New Stainless Steel Indexing Plunger in Hygienic Design
January 27, 2021This new standard part keeps the application secured in place while the high surface quality finish prevents dirt from adhering.Hygienic cleanliness is not only an essential prerequisite in the food, medical, and pharmaceutical industries. Other areas of industry, such as the paint manufacturing process also take advantage of high hygienic standards.When using typical components, production machines and their environments require thorough cleaning. This means time-consuming costly disassembly and long machine downtimes, that is not the case when using components of hygienic design: These standard parts are made of high-quality materials with particularly smooth surfaces, making them significantly easier to clean, especially while still installed.To continue this trend, Winco is now expanding its hygienic design product family with a new indexing plunger. The new GN 8170 stainless steel indexing plungers are intended for use in areas requiring sanitary equipment. They are available in lock-out or non-lock out types with a sealing lock nut that creates a totally hygienic version or without a sealing lock nut.DGUV Test CertificationsThe following Hygienic Design products are now certified according to "DGUV Test":Stainless Steel Adjustable Levers GN 305Stainless Steel Cabinet "U" Handles GN 429 - Polished TypeStainless Steel Indexing Plungers GN 8170The DGUV Test mark "Hygienic tested" confirms that thehygienic requirements based on European regulations are met.More information can be found at www.jwwinco.comContactDirect: 262-957-5120Office: 800-877-8351Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: www.jwwinco.com
LA County Public Health Issued Updates Guidelines for Filming
By: Film LA | January 26, 2021In response to questions and input from representatives of the Los Angeles entertainment industry, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Friday updated the guidelines that apply to film, television and commercial production in Greater Los Angeles.The new guidelines, outlined in Appendix J of the Los Angeles County Health Officer Order, are applicable immediately to all current and future permits obtained through FilmLA. As before, all permit seekers must affirm their responsibility to abide by the Appendix J guidelines as a condition of film permit release.Here is a rundown of changes in the new Appendix J, as summarized by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health:Hired audiences. Size of a hired audience is now limited to 50 people, and all must be hired by or on behalf of the production company or a 3rd party vendor for this purpose (e.g., actors, extras), and must not be members of the general public. The same group of people should be used as the hired audience throughout the production as much as possible.Special Events and Performances - submit safety plan in advance. Productions that are one-or limited-time special events or performances must submit a safety plan to Public Health for review at least 10 business days before the event is planned to occur. Submit plan to LiaisonCOVID19@ph.lacounty.gov.Testing. Pre-employment PCR testing is now required for all music, TV, and film productions, including short-term or one-time productions. Weekly testing of all cast, talent, performers, and crew is required during the production period at minimum. The majority of productions have already been meeting or exceeding this requirement and we really appreciate that.Exposure quarantine shortened to 10 days, but special precautions for Days 11-14. The required quarantine period for individuals who have been in close contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 has been shortened from 14 days to 10 days. Cast working during Days 11-14 may act without a face covering but must maintain 6 feet of distance. Hair and makeup stylists that absolutely must work during Days 11-14 of a quarantine must wear a face covering and face shield when near others. (Any other person working during Day 11-14 must follow the LA County Health Officer Blanket Order on Quarantine which requires maintaining both 6 feet or more of distance plus a face covering).Daily screening before work - ask if subject to any quarantine or isolation order. Screening of employees and visitors arriving to the worksite must include a check for whether the individual is currently under an isolation or quarantine order, not just asking about current symptoms.Increased use of face coverings in office areas. Face coverings must be worn by staff working in cubicles, including cubicles equipped with partitions. This is a temporary measure in compliance with the temporary HEALTH OFFICER ORDER issued on November 28, 2020. The requirement is effective from 12:01AM (PST) on November 30, 2020 until further notice. Face shields. Employees (e.g., hair, make-up stylists, costume or wardrobe assistance) who must regularly be in close contact with others must wear a face shield in addition to a face covering.If you have questions about the guidelines as they apply to your current filming plans, we welcome your call at 213-977-8600. Thank you for your continuing care for the health of our creative community. We join with you in support for filming in Greater Los Angeles.
SmartSource® Rolls out New Brand and Logo to Reflect Its Customer-Centric Tradition and Optimism for 2021
January 21, 2021Hauppauge, NY...SmartSource®, an ABCOM Technology Group company, one of the nation's leading providers of technology solutions for businesses and events, has rolled out a new brand, logo, and website url (www.TheSmartSource.com) inspired by its "multi-layered approach" to meeting the needs of the market. This customer-centric philosophy, even during the most trying of times, has been on display over the course of the company's 35-year history, most recently during the pandemic. The company's vast solutions, coupled with its commitment to and partnership with its clients, is what inspired the new logo design. It features a single S denoting the company's role as a "Source" of invaluable solutions, surrounded by an outer line conveying the value it places on customer collaboration and connection. SmartSource chose the recent 2020 IAEE Expo! Expo! virtual event, where they also provided production support, to unveil its new brand.SmartSource has always been recognized as a market-responsive company, going to all extremes to meet its clients' needs. Being part of the solution is in SmartSource's DNA. According to SmartSource CEO Ali Vafa, "As a company immersed in the events industry, the potential to perish at the hand of COVID-19 was real, but by staying close to our customers and understanding their changing needs, we developed new products and services that allowed all of us to thrive. From getting Americans back to work by deploying thousands of laptops to at-home employees, to equipping field hospitals with what they needed to care for patients, to turning our clients' live events into effective virtual events so they could continue to do business, and supporting the relief efforts of firefighters during one of the most intense seasons on record, our team provided desperately needed support during the most tumultuous of years."By staying laser focused on the needs of its clients, SmartSource is emerging from 2020 a stronger company. "I couldn't be prouder of our team and more grateful for the sacrifices they have made to fortify our business this year. The new logo signifies this position of strength, our unwavering commitment to our clients, and our optimism going into 2021," added Vafa.About SmartSource®SmartSource®, an ABCOM Technology Group company, has more than 35 years' experience serving the business technology needs of clients in the events, staffing, legal, government, finance, education, entertainment, and meeting production industries. The company provides service from a national footprint encompassing 15 fully-staffed and equipped offices in major metropolitan markets. SmartSource draws from its extensive inventory of IT, AV and interactive technologies to deliver solutions as varied as computers for remote staff, office equipment for temporary spaces, or multi-story video walls for trade shows and events. Deep experience in logistics and IT services ensures that customers are covered on everything from warehousing to asset tracking and technical support. SmartSource believes that with the right team, technology, and service, all businesses can be successful as they communicate with each other, their clients, and the world.For more information, visit www.TheSmartSource.com or call (844) 891-7553.
ZEISS Art & Craft Virtual Lounge: Event Agenda
January 21, 2021Hi, Friends - It's Film Festival Time!In past years, January usually finds us in Park City, congratulating the teams whose films were selected for the festival as well as celebrating the Art & Craft of Cinematography. While we await the time when we can all be together again, we thought we'd take it to Zoom! Join us for a fun week packed with interactive virtual events.Cinematographer Roundtable Presented by ZEISSGet to know the cinematographers whose projects are screening at the fest during this exciting panel discussion. We'll spotlight their official festival selections - talking workflow and creative choices - followed by a live audience Q&A.ZEISS Virtual Cocktail HourEvery night during the first weekend of the fest we'll be raising a glass to all festival filmmakers in celebration of their artistry. Come one, come all. And of course, it's BYOB!"Creating Lens Flares" WorkshopAn educational workshop about the use of flares in cinema and the development of ZEISS Supreme Prime Radiance lenses, which have been utilized by renowned cinematographers such as Rodrigo Prieto, ASC, Tobias Schliessler, ASC, Dana Gonzales, ASC, and Jon Joffin, ASC.Pinhole Photography ShowcaseJoin us for a unique presentation from ZEISS Ambassador Tracy Page who will show us how to capture images with a pinhole camera (yes, the irony of talking about a lens-less system is not lost on us)! Everyone who registers for this event will receive their very own Pinhole Camera and a roll of film so they can join in on the fun!
Filming Continues in Shasta County!
By: Sabrina Jurisich | January 20, 2021Despite the impacts of COVID-19, Shasta County continues to service film productions and we are excited to bring you these incredible upcoming opportunities!We have had many different casting calls, which include more than 60 principal and supporting roles plus extras, as well as vehicle requests for upcoming feature film projects filming in Shasta County between March 22-April 29, 2021.To find out more visit www.FilmShasta.comIf you have any questions you can contact me at email@example.comWishing you an abundant beginning to 2021Sabrina Jurisich Shasta County Film CommissionerAFCI, Certified Film CommissionerFLICS, Vice President
SMALL GIANT PRODUCES BIG RESULTS FOR TOP CLIENTS DURING FALL AND WINTER 2020
January 20, 2021Brooklyn, NY, January 20, 2021 - Small Giant, a boutique, multi-award winning production company, enjoyed a strong Fall and early Winter 2020 with a variety of projects from its various major cable and streaming TV clientele. Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the U.S. in March 2020, Small Giant redesigned and optimized its two fully owned and operated studios to ensure that all shoots that took place there would be either 100% contactless - or have very limited contact - to conform to the restrictions imposed by the virus. The team calls this process "Pandemic Production."Small Giant's two studios allow the company room (literally) to be creative in new and exciting ways with each and every project it tackles. Powered by a full grid, complete grip and electric package, wireless DMX, and much more, the two Small Giant stages are optimized for the production of intimate interviews, stunning tabletop, stop-motion, experiential, and unlimited forms of high-end digital content.Among the prominent projects Small Giant produced during Fall/Early Winter 2020:TABLETOP SPOTS FOR HISTORY CHANNELThe History Channel turned over its creative to Small Giant to promote many of its shows during the holiday season. For Halloween, Small Giant turned History talent, such as Marty and Rick Lagina from The Curse of Oak Island, into Jack O'Lanterns. For Thanksgiving, the company placed show symbols, like swords from Forged in Fire, over a table loaded with a holiday feast. The most ambitious of these spots were when Small Giant turned several of History's most popular series into Christmas snow globes, complete with swirling snow. Small Giant ultimately shot the spots on an elaborate set with a probe lens, making it look like they were set inside glass globes with snow gently falling.To View History Christmas Spots, Click HereTo View History Thanksgiving Spots, Click HereTo View History Halloween Spots, Click HereVIMEO LINKS FOR THESE PROJECTS:HISTORY HALLOWEENhttps://vimeo.com/482423150https://vimeo.com/482423153https://vimeo.com/482423126https://vimeo.com/482423115https://vimeo.com/482423140HISTORY THANKSGIVINGhttps://vimeo.com/482423478https://vimeo.com/482423468https://vimeo.com/482423452https://vimeo.com/482423444https://vimeo.com/482423441https://vimeo.com/482423469HISTORY SNOW GLOBEShttps://vimeo.com/491858113https://vimeo.com/491857873https://vimeo.com/491857327https://vimeo.com/491857041https://vimeo.com/491857615Regarding Small Giant's work on these holiday promotions, Mary Traina, Senior Creative Director at History Channel, said, "I've worked with Nick and his team for about 6 years now - his creative is a consistently high quality. You hear people talk about doing a 'table-top' shoot and you might think it would be a small, low budget project. But with Nick he'll get the right people in place to make it feel like a premium project. He respects the artists he works with. I think the holiday 2020 campaign we did with him was a challenging shoot, but I knew that Nick was going to think his way through and find solutions and be enthusiastic about implementing those solutions. With the winter shots, we wanted to do miniatures with snow globes, which was going to be a difficult assignment. Small Giant found someone who is amazing with miniature sets, and that artist's creative solutions resulted in snow globes that were totally realistic. We wanted our holiday campaign to bring some fun to our audience, given the difficult year we've all just endured.""The Small Giant team is also exciting to work with and a lot of fun," Traina adds. "Given the Covid situation, Nick and his team were diligent to ensure that our holiday shoots took place within a safe environment. I was able to remain in the comfort of my remote location while supervising the shoots. They stay on top of making sure that everyone remains safe during the pandemic. It's great to trust them. I've also worked on talent shoots with Small Giant, and they are also great with the lighting and color correction in post. Their projects always look really premium - Nick and his team are real partners for us!"CONTACTLESS INTERVIEWS FOR SYFY WIRESmall Giant produced three days of contactless interviews for SYFY Wire's 2020 Holiday Gift Guide (no crew in studio, talent alone). The Small Giant team shot Contactless Interviews with SYFY Wire Hosts Jackie Jennings, Juan Cadavid, and Matt Romano. Contactless Interviews such as these will certainly play a big role in Small Giant's future. The company's team members are not aware of any other company that is currently doing this.To View these Interviews, please Click HereVIMEO LINKS FOR SYFY WIRE HOLIDAY SHOPPING GUIDE INTERVIEWS:https://vimeo.com/501611086https://vimeo.com/501610792https://vimeo.com/501610484https://vimeo.com/501613987PEACOCK SHOOT for "THE OFFICE"Small Giant recently shot an experiential, one-hour project promoting the hit TV series "The Office" which is now running on the Peacock streaming channel. This project was a major commission for Small Giant. While the work Small Giant produced exists behind a paywall, this project has generated a great deal of media attention, including this article: Click HereSays Mike Pinho, Executive Producer, Entertainment and Lifestyle Production, NBCUniversal, "From a production standpoint, it's always a pleasure to work with Nick and his Small Giant team. Nick's team consistently excels at finding creative production solutions for productions of all sizes - often with quick delivery deadlines. Most recently, Nick helped us execute production on a long form ambient reel to promote the series 'The Office' which is now streaming on Peacock. I've executed many successful projects working with Nick across various NBCUniversal cable properties over the last few years - we have a great production workflow and shorthand. Nick and his team have an unrivaled passion for storytelling and technology, and I am constantly impressed with the caliber of content his studio produces."STOP MOTION & LIVE ACTION ANIMAL SHOOTS FOR WEtv, one of the AMC NetworksSmall Giant produced stop motion and live action animal shoots for WEtv, one of the AMC Networks:To view the WEtv/Persil Stop Motion Spot, Click HereTo view the WEtv Live Action Animal Shoot Bounce Spot, Click HereVIMEO LINKS FOR WEtv PROJECTShttps://vimeo.com/460236016https://vimeo.com/460236026Says Kevin Howard, Producer, Branded Entertainment, AMC Networks, "I've been a Producer with AMC Networks for seven years and have always worked on branded content in some form or another. Small Giant is one of those companies that was always in my orbit and I would always look for the right project to collaborate on with Nick. He is so versatile with what he is always available to do. We recently needed some spots for two laundry products. Small Giant did beautiful work on these spots. One of their biggest assets is that they own their own studio space, which they have full control over. They can work within so many ranges of budgets - the Small Giant team can figure out any assignment. Since they own so many of their own physical assets, they always get something great done, while retaining full control over their environment."He adds, "This put Nick and the Small Giant team in a very fortunate situation once the Covid Pandemic began. The way the company has everything set up and wired is perfect for safe shooting. Even if you're following every safety precaution rule, there are still some things that will need to be personal - for example, if there's talent in the studio, they either feel fine or they don't feel fine within the presence of a small crew. The way Nick is set up, the talent is the only person in the room, with complete control of lighting and cameras taking place from separate rooms, and the director sitting in a separate booth. All of this allows for remote home viewing for the client. The client has a live feed at all times, and can check in at anytime, with direct access to the director via text or Zoom. Nick and the Small Giant team are really nice to work with - Nick hires excellent crews and makes you feel confident that everything will get done in time and on budget. He has a really chill attitude - you always know he will stay on top of everything."ABOUT SMALL GIANT'S APPROACH TO COVID ERA PRODUCTIONRegarding his company's approach to production during the COVID-era, Nick Morrison, Founder and Lead Creative for Small Giant, says, "Due to the impact of the Covid virus, we put our heads together and developed our version of 'Pandemic Production' - an innovative new way of filmmaking where there's literally no crew in the studio. When we are actively shooting a new project for a client, everyone from talent to crew can work 100% contactless if needed. This was really important to us - it took a long time and a lot of work to put into place - but it's been well worth it - a real game changer for us. Being able to station our crew safely across our facility, and giving them full access to all of their equipment, has been a wonder to behold. Eventually, we foresee crew being able to perform their jobs even more remotely - from the comfort of their own homes."He adds, "This workflow will outlive Covid. We've streamlined production itself. Prelights and shoots are faster. Our crew is more nimble. And our creative is more flexible. From interviews to tabletop, we just have more control than ever before. We love our crew, we love being on set, and we felt like we had no choice but to innovate - and lucky for us, it was the best thing we ever did. With the industry so in flux right now, we feel like we're perfectly suited to produce any type of content our clients need, and that makes us really happy. We're not just focused on now. We've got our eye on the future."ABOUT SMALL GIANT/figcaption>Founded in Brooklyn, New York, in 2013, by Nick Morrison, Small Giant is a boutique, award-winning content agency comprised of a highly creative team passionate about all sides of the content equation - from production to post. The company reflects Morrison's ethos: Always be Creative! And Always Embrace New Technology! The Small Giant team constantly strives for unique and original creativity, by which to give its clients more options. The team embraces the best that filmmaking has to offer.Small Giant's clients include such top entertainment industry brands as HBO, History Channel, A&E, Lifetime, Discovery, Peacock, SYFY, Amazon, Animal Planet, Audible, WEtv, BBC-A, TruTV, and dozens more. These clients turn to Small Giant to produce content in all shapes and sizes - short-form, medium-form, longform, promos, trailers, sizzles, viral spots, PSA's, you name it - they've done it.Morrison and his team genuinely love what they do, and especially love the unusual requests: Can you film babies? Sure. Cats? Yes. Dogs? Yes. Celebs? Of course. Can you build an FBI set? No Problem.ABOUT THE SMALL GIANT TEAMAn award-winning filmmaker, Nick Morrison is the Founder and Lead Creative for Small Giant. Morrison has been behind the camera since he could walk. The son of a cult Spanish film director, being on set has always felt like home. Devoted to great storytelling and strong teamwork, Morrison's passion for filmmaking infuses everything Small Giant does. A veteran of broadcast television (History, A&E, Lifetime, BBC-A, TruTV), Morrison's 20 years of creative and technical experience permeates all of Small Giant's work.To read about the rest of the Small Giant team, please Click HereABOUT THE SMALL GIANT FACILITYThe heartbeat of Small Giant is its facility, which boasts two studios (one is 30x20, the other 20x20), allowing the company a perfect, private sanctuary by which to make incredibly creative content. Undisturbed by the usual limitations of renting a studio, the Small Giant team is able to craft its projects with an unusual attention to detail.The Small Giant office is the "Brains" of the operation. The company's stylish, intimate office serves as its creative HQ. Equipped with Post, Color, and VFX stations, a green room, and meeting area - this elevated space brings out the best in all of the company's work. With shoots rolling in the studio, and post finishing taking place concurrently in the office, the Small Giant team offers clients a unique array of Full Service creative solutions.The edits made by the Small Giant team are Cloud-based and turbo charged by tech. With over 20TB of media shared on the cloud between the company's editors, colorist and mixers, the team is able to edit faster, quicker, and better than ever before. Long considered an incredibly creative editorial shop, the team now feels even quicker and lighter on their feet. From editing its own shoots, to cutting clip spots, tapes, sizzles, longform, short-form, you name it - the Small Giant team loves it all. Post is where everything comes together, so it's something the team takes particular pride in.Small Giant is located at 315 Flatbush Avenue, #405, Brooklyn, NY 11217. The phone numbers are Office: 718-210-3711 and Cell: 646-236-7884. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ob-jects Has In Place COVID-19 Safety Protocols
January 6, 2021COVID-19 Safety ProtocolWe have made several updates to our operational protocol to ensure the safety of our staff and clients. The wearing of masks and the maintaining of social distance will be required. We will have plenty of masks, disposable gloves and hand sanitizer available when you do visit us. Please see below for the full protocol:Staff Level ExpectationsTemperature ScreeningAt the beginning of the workday and periodically throughout the day, staff member's temperature will be taken with a touchless thermometer for signs of fever. Anyone with above average temperature, possible exposure to COVID-19, or any other symptoms of illness should be sent home immediately. We have extended paid sick leave benefits to encourage Team Members to stay home if feeling unwell.Masks & GlovesStaff will wear facemasks and surgical gloves at all times.Wash HandsStaff will wash their hands with soap and water and/or sanitizer frequently.Social DistancingStaff will maintain a minimum of six feet apart when working together.Common PropertyStaff will avoid using common property like tools, office supplies, phones, etc. When unavoidable, items should be disinfected between use.Restrooms & KitchensStaff will have their designated restroom that will be stocked with adequate soap and sanitation wipes. Signage will encourage staff to wash their hands and wipe down common surfaces (sink handles, soap pumps, toilet seats, flush levers, door handles) before and after use with the sanitation wipes. Staff will bring their own eating supplies or use disposal/recyclable/biodegradable supplies.Hand SanitizerHand sanitizer with more than 60% alcohol will be present and clearly visible throughout the facility, including all entry and exit points, and common areas like customer service desks, bathrooms, and docks. Signage will encourage staff and customers to sanitize their hands often.DoorsEntry doors will remain open during business hours. Trash BinsGloves and masks should be discarded in designated trash bins.Contact TracingStaff will maintain a log of Decorators Entry & Exit to assist authorities with managing the spread.Decorators/Client ExpectationsAppointmentsClients are encouraged to schedule appointments before arriving to facilitate a smooth and safe experience at Objects. Walk ins are also welcome. SignageClients will be reminded to maintain social distance, the wearing of masks and gloves with posted signs throughout the facility.Masks & GlovesClients are asked to bring and wear their own masks and gloves. We are happy to provide them with free masks and gloves if the customer should need them.Social DistancingStaff will remind clients to maintain six feet of separation from staff and other clients.Sanitize HandsStaff will remind clients to sanitize hands upon entry into the facility and while shopping.DeckersAll deckers will be sanitized by staff before and after client use.Lobby/Work AreaThe lobby has been reworked and will only accommodate 2 Decorators working from the worktable, at opposite ends (12 feet apart). This workspace will be sanitized before and after each person uses it.RestroomsClients will have their designated restroom that will be stocked with adequate soap and sanitation wipes. Signage will encourage clients to wash their hands and wipe down common surfaces (sink handles, soap pumps, toilet seats, flush levers, door handles) before and after use with the sanitation wipes. ShoppingWe ask that clients shop without a sales Team Member as best as possible and instead communicate their holds requests via EMAIL with photographs. They can also send in their orders via our Website with their Project Organizer Tool. Our staff will be happy to assist them in tagging their order from a safe social distance, if time or other logistics are a factor. Shipping/Receiving ExpectationsDocksCrews will be asked to pickup and unload outside under tents on the ramp adjacent to the Shipping/Receiving Doors. Objects staff will be available for direction.E-PaperworkPick up paperwork will be sent for signature to Art Department Coordinators, Leadmen or the Clients directly prior to pick up through DocuSign.CrewsIf the order requires a team lift to load into their vehicle, please send the right amount of people to load the product. Please also bring your own furniture blankets, straps, ropes, dollies or another other items necessary for loading. Crews will be encouraged to avoid entering the warehouse unless they need to use the restroom or fill their water bottles at our touchless water purifying dispenser. If crews need to use the restrooms, they will be asked to follow the directional tape that will take them directly to the restrooms, wearing masks the entire time. We ask that they do not wander throughout the facility.Quarantine and/or SanitizeWhile recent CDC guidelines suggest that the transmission of the virus is low on surfaces, Objects staff will sanitize (to the best of their ability) items that will not be damaged by the process. Orders will be packed and isolated immediately upon confirmation to allow virus to "die off" with time.To find out more visit https://www.ob-jects.com/safety
We're Making a Few Necessagy Changes to Our Pricing
January 5, 2021To our clients, friends and colleagues,We wanted to thank you all for sticking by ESS through these tough times, without you, we couldn't be us.During the past few months, with the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, keeping our customers safe has been our number one priority. In order to keep you safe, we implemented a number of precautionary safety measures such as disinfecting each of our vehicles between each ride, providing all of our chauffeurs with face-coverings and gloves and updating our vehicles to be able to install protective shields upon request.However, with the pandemic scenario changing all the time, we want to ensure that we remain at the forefront of safety measures. This, unfortunately, comes at a cost and as a result, may have to raise our prices slightly to guarantee both yours and our drivers' safety at all times. The measures that we continue to take on a daily basis can be found in the videos below.Each of our vehicles will be disinfected between each ride.A protective shield can also been placed in every vehicle to ensure passenger safety at your request.We want to assure you all that your safety will always be our first port of call. We have been here for you since 1980 and will continue to be here for you, no matter what the cost.If you have any questions at any time about your account, please email our President and CEO Brandan Stein on Brandan@exclusivesedan.comWe look forward to seeing you very soon. Warm Regards, The team at Exclusive Sedan Service