Murray Percival Co. Representing IAC Workstations, Workbenches

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The Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, is proud to be IAC Industries’ local supplier in the Metro Detroit area. IAC provides industrial workbenches, workstations, lab benches, seating, and shelving systems to many industries including Automotive, Assembly, Material Handling, Biomedical, Aerospace, R&D labs, etc. 

IAC products offer the advantages of ergonomics, modularity, adjustability and durability that cannot be duplicated in ordinary office furniture. IAC’s mission is to improve the organization, function and atmosphere of its customers' production and assembly work areas, inspection stations, and research laboratories. “We are mainly focused in the electronics industry, but we are bringing on more and more brands that not only fit our customers’ profiles but many others in the industrial and technical industries,” says Mark Percival Jr., MARCOM manager for Murray Percival Co. “We have built a technical sales force that is so strong and knowledgeable, branching out into these other industries is seamless. We approach these customer projects with a ‘process improvement’ mindset rather than just a ‘distributor’ or ‘manufacturer’s rep’ mindset. We really want to do what’s best for our customers, improve their processes, create value and support them even after the project is complete.”

Do you need Industrial workbenches or workstations quickly? There is no program like the IAC “Quick Ship” program. The workbenches in this program include a large variety of configurations including 4-leg workbenches, packaging stations, adjustable height workbenches, multitask benches and more. Some of these benches have a 2–3-week lead times or less. For ASAP delivery, “Quick Ship” is the way to go.

In addition to the Quick Ship benches, IAC offers customized solutions for any application thrown at them. IAC’s experienced engineers work with customers every step of the way to design, manufacture and ship custom workbenches/workstations in a timely manner.

IAC manufactures 100 percent of its products inhouse where all processes meet or exceed industry specifications for quality.



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