New Quick-Ship program delivers Wausau Made site furnishings in record time

02.13.2017

Wausau, Wis. — Feb. 13, 2017 — Wausau Made’s strong and reliable site furnishings are now being shipped to project sites faster than ever, thanks to our new Quick-Ship program. Orders of select in-stock products will be shipped within four business days from the time of sale.

Initial Quick-Ship product offerings from Wausau Made’s portfolio of concrete, metal and plastic site furnishings will include four of its most popular styles, including two tables – the durable, concrete TF3125, and the ADA-compliant TF3128 – and two waste containers – the extra-tough TF1015 concrete model and the metal, 38-gallon MF3052.

Wausau Made’s vast selection of products, proudly American-made in central Wisconsin and including benches, chairs, tables, bollards, planters, waste and recycling containers, offer equal parts dependability and affordability – and all Quick-Ship items will be made available at the value prices customers have come to expect for more than 60 years.

Browse Wausau Made’s complete portfolio of site furnishings for the latest in Quick-Ship offerings.

Wausau Made bollards, planters featured in news story about post-9/11 security

09.13.2016

Tough and durable concrete bollardsplanters and other security products from Wausau Made, a Wausau Tile Inc. brand, were featured earlier this week in a news story from our local CBS News affiliate. The story talked about how governments and businesses sought to step up their protective measures and how our 60-plus years of commitment to strength and security put us in a leadership position and led to tremendous growth to meet this demand. 

According to WSAW-TV: “From airport security to entering major sporting events, a lot has changed since 9/11. Some things are obvious, but others are more subtle, like the creations coming out of Wausau Tile. The items they manufacture protect people and businesses, and although some are large, you may have never even noticed them. Driving down the road, walking through the park, or running to the store, some barriers you might not even notice. Production of these massive cement blocks has grown since the September 11th attacks.”

Read the full story here.