Since 1927, Chattanooga-based Sherman + Reilly, a Textron company, has been a leading manufacturer of tools and equipment for underground and aerial transmission, and distribution of electrical power and communications systems, including a complete line of bundle blocks, pullers, tensioners, reel trailers, and lineman construction and maintenance tools.

Sherman + Reilly has always been synonymous with Quality, and today we are raising the bar even higher with making Safety our top priority. We are 100% focused on the safety of every Lineman and have taken the next steps in implementing changes in design and engineering that provide the most advanced safety envelope for the Lineman today.

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Sherman + Reilly Partners

We take great pride in the relationships we maintain with our strategic partners and in the fact that they share our commitment to quality and safety. To learn more about our partners, visit their websites listed below.


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ZECK is a family business in the third generation which develops and produces machines and accessories for the construction and maintenance of overhead transmission lines, catenaries, antennas and underground cables. Go to Zeck’s Website.


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Yale Cordage is a custom and specialty rope manufacturer that designs application-specific ropes: winchlines, stringing lines and blocklines for utilities; fiber optic pulling lines for telephone construction; bull ropes and climbing lines for arborists; safety lanyards and lifting slings for industrial applications; ropes for marine applications – from hawsers for mooring commercial tankers to halyards for sailing dinghies. Go to Yale Cordage Website.


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The main equipment developed and produced are winches and cable feeders for underground cable laying of both energy and telecommunication cables, equipment designed for light overhead line construction, as well as jetting equipment for the installation of fibre optic and conventional telecommunication cables. Go to Plumett’s Website.

 

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