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Rethinking equipment purchasing strategies

Traditional thought about investing in equipment was upended in 2020. How will the pandemic lessons factor into equipment purchases in the future?

Features | June 1, 2021 | By: Jeff Moravec

Gilman Gear in Gilman, Conn., pivoted from making sporting equipment to surgical gowns during the pandemic. Here, employee Colton Fuqua pulls off gowns as they are being cut by an Eastman cutting machine. Photo: Gilman Gear. Of all the adages that could be applied to the past year, “Necessity is the mother of invention” may […]


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