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Efficient solutions for tarp and truck cover manufacturers

November 1, 2020

…you can stock a little more of. Understanding what each of those fabrics can be used for successfully allows you to see a little bit ahead of the game.”  Tarp…

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Pivoting to the PPE textile products market

August 1, 2020

…configuration of equipment and software,” says Leonard Marano, vice president for automation systems at Gerber. “We had a little bit of a head start, as we have many customers in…

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Staying agile in the time of COVID-19

August 1, 2020

…industry change around us.” Embrace new partners and new ways of working This has been a bit of a challenge because we sell capital equipment—and when money starts to dry…

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Barry Adams on the science and art of the awning business

August 1, 2020

…a bit like directing a play with actors coming on and off stage. Installers would leave the facilities before other associates would arrive, and those who could work remotely were…

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NECPA: A century of survival

July 1, 2020

…just be a little bit of a delay in terms of demand and in the ability to sell. He says, “A very big hope is that this ‘staycation’ mentality will…

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A historical perspective to a historic pandemic

July 1, 2020

…opening a factoryin Puerto Rico just before Hurricane Maria ravaged the island in 2017. “It was a little bit of a rough start, but we’ve been aroundfor 97 years,” he…

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Jan Kellogg’s strategy for growth at CCP Manufacturing

July 1, 2020

…a little bit of time to do, but we were able to secure both of the customers, and they are still customers today.” Her next priority was to explore where…

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Kevin Greenwood and Stage Tops USA cover lives events around the globe

June 1, 2020

…was going to do this because I had employees depending on it. People didn’t want to be spending any money. It was a bit of a hard time. It took…

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Nonwoven fabrics on the frontline of infection containment

May 1, 2020

…COVID-19 outbreak offered some education, but that bit of knowledge led to other problems: the hoarding of N95 respirators, price gouging and counterfeit products. In late February, the U.S. surgeon…

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Disaster shelter design competition tests engineering students

April 1, 2020

…didn’t have a lot of fabric knowledge or tools to work with, but using a little bit of cleverness and persistence, they shaped it to fit our structure without creating…

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