I have been involved in the manufacturing industry since 1979 and have worked in a wide range of industries for multinational, small, and mid-size companies. Though there was rarely a dull moment, I think 2019 and 2020 have been the most taxing and stressful years when looking at supply chains for manufacturing companies.
Many small businesses don’t have the resources to allocate a large portion of their budget to marketing. But that doesn’t mean you need to forgo it altogether. Marketing is essential to the growth and success of a business, and it's important to budget and plan for it.
Every year we appreciate truck drivers, and not just for one week. We understand how difficult the job can be, and never has that been more true than 2020. The entire industry has gone above and beyond for our communities, and we just want you to know that we appreciate you today and always.
Recent events have caused businesses to rethink the way they do things and to adapt to the ever-changing world. How a business manages this process could separate the winners from those left behind to struggle. In retail, inventory is the blood that keeps profits alive.