Traffic Control Products, Inc. (TCP) has been distributing high-quality, innovative traffic device control equipment for more than 40 years. Headquartered in the Cleveland suburb of Willoughby, TCP maintains satellite offices in Akron, Canton and Cincinnati to ensure excellent customer support.
A supplier of premium sensor equipment to the traffic industry, TCP has built its solid reputation on delivering products on time, pricing equipment competitively and offering outstanding after-market support. Product lines are sold in Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana and Michigan.
Their Products: Second to None
TCP’s high-quality products meet the requirements of the National Electrical Manufacturer Association (NEMA) as well as the 170, 2070 and ATC standards. Intelight, FLIR, Traficon, Wapiti, Right of Way (ROW) and Emtrac manufactured products deliver excellent functionality and superior performance for their clients. TCP has an extensive line card to service the needs of its customers.
TCP houses a wide variety of components in its large warehouse where experienced staff build, test and repair equipment on-site. The warehouse and office space includes a complete cabinet and controller systems test center and an engineering and CAD center. Because TCP carries a variety of components in stock, emergencies are resolved quickly.
TCP also offers state of art Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) software for both our NEMA and 170/2070/ATC clients.
Their Staff: People Make the Difference
Traffic Control Products employs a staff of technical personnel for controller assembly, controller programming and field troubleshooting. Software specialists manage specifications set by NEMA and 170 Standards, ramp metering and surveillance systems.
Customer service is an integral part of the TCP culture and can be expected at each stage of the order. Experienced sales and technical staff guide TCP customers through the process of designing systems, purchasing products, installing equipment and trouble-shooting issues. After the sale, TCP offers customers phone and field support. Additionally, the company hosts technology seminars in various cities across its sales territory.
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