Blogs

Honoring Our Veterans

Honoring Our Veterans

By Dave Chudnov, Procurement Specialist, MoboTrex For the past 4 years, I have assisted in teaching photography workshops to combat-wounded veterans. This workshop is part of a series of programs run by Honoring Our Veterans, based out of Jackson, WY.  The goal of HOV is to improve the quality of life for veterans by offering

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Made in the USA

Made in the USA

Have you considered the quality of your traffic cabinet or where your tax dollars are being used to manufacture cabinets?  Many municipalities and cities often do not realize their traffic cabinets are being outsourced and made in other countries. You may see labels or hear from others saying their cabinets are “assembled in America”.  It

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MoboTrex Launches New Website

MoboTrex Launches New Website

MoboTrex is pleased to announce its recently redesigned website with the help of Amperage Marketing.  The new and improved site design launched at the beginning of July and has many upgrades.  We have eliminated the three separate URLs to avoid confusion and have merged everything from the previous three pages into one MoboTrex.com.  You will

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MoboTrex Earns 2018 Constant Contact All Star Award

MoboTrex Earns 2018 Constant Contact All Star Award

MoboTrex, Inc., your traffic signal and mobility needs supplier, has been named a 2018 All Star Award winner by Constant Contact, an Endurance International Group company and a leader in small business marketing solutions. The annual award recognizes the most successful 10 percent of Constant Contact’s customer base, based on their significant achievements using email

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Expert Solution Solves MoDOT’s Problem

Expert Solution Solves MoDOT’s Problem

Missouri DOT (MoDOT) had a problem. Their intersections were getting more complex, but their traffic-control cabinet hardware wasn’t able to support their changing needs. The existing cabinets couldn’t support more than 16 output channels to control the intricate phasing of their intersections. The solution? A 32-channel 350 ATC cabinet. For a recent project in St.

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