Fiber Optic Cabinets, Cables, Pedestals and Terminals

We all probably know what it is like to get our hands dirty sometimes. Whether we are planting flowers in our gardens, fixing our vehicles or just making mud pies with our children, there is something about dirty hands that makes us feel like we have accomplished something.

I was with a customer recently installing some of Clearfield’s FieldShield products. It was a fiber from the street to an airport terminal, and then across the terminal to the end location.

It’s pretty fun to work with a plowing crew and place the FieldShield with them. You see, that’s what we do here at Clearfield…we get our hands dirty. When we get a call to help a customer with a new project or a problem with a current application, we (unlike most other companies) are not afraid to get down in the ditch and get our hands and boots dirty.

At the end of the day, I was sweaty and muddy…but our customer shook my dirty hand with his equally dirty hand, and said that he very much appreciated the fact that we would help out with their project. We at Clearfield pride ourselves in getting down in the ditch, and down to the basics to solve those problems that take more than video conference or a sales call.

Give us a call if you need a partner to help with your next project. We won’t mind getting our hands dirty — Really, we won’t.

By Scot Bohaychyk