Nuestras Especialidades!

Nos especializamos en las siguientes áreas:

  • Fabricación de metales
  • Todos los calibres de láminas metálicas, tuberías y cables, de básico brillante a galvanizado, y de inoxidables a metales especiales.
  • Formación de cables, laminado y soldadura de rejillas
  • Soladura por puntos/MIG/TIG
  • Perforado y corte CNC
  • Punzonadora de torreta CNC
  • Varias plegadoras hidráulicas y mecánicas CNC
  • Perforado y roscado      / Fabricación con acrílico
  • Fresado CNC
  • Corte computarizado
  • Perforado y mecanizado
  • Plegado con calor
  • Pegado con solventes o adhesivos
  • Pulido a la llama
  • Fabricación con madera
  • Fresado CNC
  • Corte computarizado
  • Laminado a medida
  • Canteado
  • Perforado y mecanizado
  • Encolado/fijación
  • Teñido/pintura
  • Pulido y acabado

Acabado después de la fabricación y serigrafía disponibles en todos los productos.

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How’s Your Particular Economy?


How are you doing in today’s variable economy? Your point of view will depend on your specific situation. In this blog we will try to look at different perspectives to explore today’s economic climate. The real question we are exploring is: “How’s your particular economy?”

As a “Typical American Worker”153059485

Average Household income

The average household income in 2015 was $53,657, which is down from $54,462 in 2014 and far below the peak in 1999. The minimum wage nationwide sits at $7.50 hr and personal income is lower than it was in 2007. For the third year in a row, income has stagnated following 2 years of declines. The poverty rate is currently at 14.5%. Work related costs such as transportation, childcare, medical and tax expenses drove some people into poverty. These incurred costs outweighed the benefits of assistance programs such as food stamps housing vouchers tax credits etc.

Price inflation

Inflation, in all of it’s different forms affect the average American’s ability to purchase goods. The Consumer Price Index states that as prices go up, consumers ability to buy products is diminished. The employment cost index shows cost of labor increases and decreases over a period of time. Basically, if employee wages remain steady, but cost of goods increases, employees can afford to make less purchases.With wage inflation (higher pay), employees gain more purchasing power. One of the most common misconceptions is that when wages rise, prices on goods rise too. There is no evidence to support that claim, however.

Unemployment and Underemployment Statistics (2015)

As of 2015, 14.6% of U.S. workers are underemployed, though this varies from state to state. Unemployment declined from 2010 to 2014. It fell from 8.1% to 6.2% and is was at 5% in 2015.

Impact of Imports into the U.S.A.

Trade creates new jobs in exporting countries and destroys jobs when imports replace the outputs of domestic firms. Because trade deficits have risen over the past decade, more jobs have been displaced by imports than created by exports. While job-loss caused by rising trade deficits is the most visible effect of globalization, its impact on wages is a concern to an even much larger number of workers. Even if trade flows begin to balance and there is less job loss in the future, the integration of the U.S. economy with those of its low-wage trading partners will pull down wages for many American workers, and will contribute to the ever rising inequality of incomes in the U.S. economy.

As a small business owner



The Impact of Taxes and Regulation

The general consensus is that regulation hinders small business formation, growth, and job creation.Compliance with governmental rules and laws is a greater burden for small companies than large ones. Regulation increases operation costs for small businesses, especially because they do not have the larger infrastructure that a larger business has to deal with these challenges.


As Congress debates tax reform, it is necessary to keep in mind the issues that are most important to small business owners. High tax rates and the complexity of the current tax code are persistent problems for small business owners. Fundamental tax reform is one way that Congress can create an economic environment which helps small businesses thrive. High tax rates are a problem for small businesses because they depend on using the after-tax income that owners need to invest back in their businesses. This income is used to assure a company’s viability and growth as a creator of jobs. Low tax rates are also essential for small business owners so that they can keep more of their money to reinvest in and grow their business.

The 2016 Outlook for the Business Climate

The Index of Small Business Optimism fell 1.3 points from December, falling to 93.9.  Neither the unstable stock market nor the Federal Reserve’s rate hike left much of a mark on small business owners beyond a drop in the Index represented by lowered expectations for business conditions and expected real sales volumes. Those two Index components accounted for most of the decline. The US economy is likely to continue its slow recovery, with the support of low energy prices, even with uncertainty about policy.

The Best and Worst type of Businesses to be in

There are many options for start-up businesses. As far as what types of businesses are a good or bad investment, some choices are better than others. Limousine services and computer shops have difficulty succeeding, as well as travel agencies, since their services are becoming obsolete. A very difficult business to get off the ground is a retail business because there are already so many retail stores to compete with. The restaurant business is also very difficult to get into and high-risk, so the success rate is low. There are good options out there, however. Some good choices for a small business venture are consulting and service businesses. These businesses help serve the growing market of tech-savvy consumers in need of these types of services. The best choice for most people looking to start a business is to invest in a franchise, as they already have a built-in customer base. Another good bet is to buy an existing business. There are many more options out there, you just need to see where your skill and interest fit in to find the right fit.


As a fortune 500 company



The Impact of Taxes and Regulation

The 500 largest American companies hold more than $2.1 trillion in accumulated profits offshore to avoid U.S. taxes and would collectively owe an estimated $620 billion in U.S. taxes if they repatriated the funds, according to a study released on Tuesday. The study found that nearly three-quarters of the firms on the Fortune 500 list of biggest American companies by gross revenue operate tax haven subsidiaries in countries like Bermuda, Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.

The 2016 Outlook for the Businesses Climate

As far as the outlook on the business climate forecast for fortune 500 companies, optimism is lower but planned spending is still on the rise. Companies still plan to invest on marketing, advertising and operational expenses.q4_2015_modal_at_a_glance - CopyThe Best and Worst type of Businesses to be in

Information technology, professional service, and consulting group companies are good bets. Some other fortune 500 companies that are succeeding deal in financial services and insurance. Biotechnology and pharmaceuticals companies are also very successful.

Some of the worst performers have seen a large drop in profits and stock prices as well as a decreased workforce. Some examples are Peabody  Energy, a coal mining company, and MRC Global which makes pipes for oil drilling. Freeport- McMoRan, a gold and copper mining company who also dabbles in oil and gas drilling, is also affected. As technologies advance, services for older technologies decrease.

As a “Typical Employee”

Based on what your “disposable income” and household expenses are, how do you think you are doing financially? Are you actually better off now than you were in 2006 or 2007?. Expenses on goods and services has gone up, without a significant rise in income for the typical family. To help cover rising costs on everything from housing to food and bill expenditures, people are working harder and longer, and getting less payoff for their work.

The question remains; Are you better off working for a large vs. a small business for the foreseeable future? Working for a large company can provide a certain amount of job benefits and implied security, but the fact remains that as an “average employee” you are perceived as a very small cog in an enormous machine, a cog that is easily replaceable.  Small businesses provide more jobs for people than large companies, so their success is crucial to maintaining our economy. We believe that small business is what the economy in the U.S. is built upon, and protecting and helping these businesses is what best exemplifies the embodiment of the American dream.


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Diversos Equipamientos para Tiendas, Exhibidores para Puntos de Venta y Productos speciales

Desde 1974, Sharn Enterprises se ha mantenido como líder en la fabricación de productos de madera, de metal y de acrílico.

Gracias al amplio conocimiento y experiencia que tenemos en cada una de esas áreas, estamos capacitados para fabricar productos de bajo costo, con total eficacia, que cumplen con los estándares más elevados.

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Loyalty, Trust and Confidence

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Sharn Enterprises has been in business for over 41 years, and we have learned some important things along the way. The reason we have been in business for as long as we have is because of three words: Loyalty, Trust and Confidence. These 3 words are the foundation of how we do business.
Did you ever wonder how businesses keep their customers so loyal? Why they keep going back? It’s really quite simple. The secret to customer loyalty lies in putting the interests of the customer ahead of your own.
In a nutshell; loyalty is the key to profitability and this is because it costs more to acquire a new customer than to keep a current one. Without customer loyalty, trust and confidence, you can end up sacrificing as much as a third of your profits. With that being said, these qualities just don’t happen overnight.

According to Jeff Gitomer, Sales and Marketing author, here are the 8 rules that could put you on the right track:

  1. Have a business philosophy that emphasizes relationship building.
  2. Define a unique niche and become the customer’s expert on it.
  3. Help the customer build their own business.
  4. Translate what you offer into the customer’s business results.
  5. Value the relationship more than making your quota.
  6. Think end-of-time friendships, not end-of-month totals.
  7. Achieve a perfect job of delivering what you’ve promised.
  8. Provide absolutely impeccable service after the sale.


At Sharn, some of our customers have been with us for over 25 years. That is because we offer: product integrity, fairness in price, and unparalleled customer service. We also “walk the walk” with our employees as well. The average seniority of our workforce is 13 years, and we are very proud of that. They are our family. We represent the true spirit of American small business.

Loyalty, trust and confidence are something that is earned, and not demanded. Our record speaks for itself!

Call Sharn Enterprises today, to see how we can be of service to you.

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Happy Presidents’ Day!


Presidents’ Day sales have become hugely popular and abundant. Keeping that in mind, Sharn would like to commemorate the holiday by giving you a break from the sales! Instead we’d like to share with you some interesting facts we found.

President’s Day and George Washington’s birthday are both celebrated on the third Monday of February. The official federal holiday is called George Washington’s Birthday, though some states list the holiday as Presidents’ Day.


George Washington’s birthday is observed as a federal holiday on the third Monday of February. It’s actually supposed to be celebrated on February 22 (Washington’s birthday), but he strange thing is that Washington was actually born on February 11 in 1731! Confused? Well, in Washington’s time, people in Great Britain and America switched from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar. Because of the change, those born before 1752 were told to add 11 days to their birth dates. People born between January 1 and March 25 like Washington, had to add one year to be in sync with the new calendar. When he entered office, Washington listed his birth year as 1732 and celebrated his birthday on February 22. However, he did not feel qualified to be president. He wrote, “My movements to the chair of government will be accompanied by feelings not unlike those of a culprit, who is going to the place of his execution.” Fortunately, he was wrong! You can read more about Washington at the official White House Web site.

We hope you have a great Presidents’ Day!

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Contáctese con Sharn Enterprises y olvídese de los detalles…es nuestra especialidad


Nuestro grupo de diseño interno trabajará con usted, para crear exhibidores atractivos que provoquen el efecto deseado y le permitan mejorar las ventas. Gracias a que trabajamos con AutoCAD, podemos presentar dibujos conceptuales en 2D y 3D, y prototipos digitales que nos permiten asegurarnos de que el producto funciona, incluso antes de fabricarlo.  Todo nuestro equipo de planificación de servicios y de producción cuenta con la capacidad, los recursos y la experiencia necesaria para transformar las ideas en realidad, y, al mismo tiempo, considerar los precios, las funciones y la apariencia.


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Happy Valentine’s Day!


Valentine’s Day is a special day for many people. On this day we have the opportunity to express our love and affection to friends and loved ones. It can also be a day that some of us wish didn’t exist. With that in mind, we would like to share some tips on how to get through the holiday.

1. Celebrate on a different day.
On Valentine’s Day, restaurants are expensive and crowded. Try postponing your date to February 15th and go to a fancy restaurant you’ve never been to!

2. Make a DIY gift.
Be creative and find a quirky gift that your significant other will truly appreciate, a gift that is more personal than chocolates and flowers. Try buying a your significant other a book of poetry, or gift that reflects their specific personality.

3. Throw a “Quirkyalone Day” party.
If you’re single, participate in International Quirkyalone Day. On this day, singles around the world throw parties to celebrate empowerment, romance and gratitude. These get-togethers offer an excuse to enjoy Valentine’s Day without feeling sorry for yourself, and can also give attendees an opportunity to meet new, like-minded people. Check out their website, it recommends hosting an event at a public place and advertising it a few weeks ahead of time on Craigslist or Flavorpill.

5. Volunteer to help those that need some love.
It’s always great to find a reason to volunteer, and this could be a great way to show love to people who really need it. Volunteer at a soup kitchen, send flowers to nursing home residents, or try to find Valentine-themed fundraisers you can participate in. Contact local shelters to ask how you can best show love to those who live and work there. Try VolunteerMatch to find volunteer opportunities in your area.

However you choose to celebrate, we hope that you have a great day!


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