According to a recent Wall Street Journal poll, nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the economy has yet to hit bottom. Whether or not there is truly a reason for concern, it might help to know what the administration has in store to spruce the economy up.
While some companies are battling the economic challenges by refocusing their business, others find an edge in offering a more complete set of services. Even as the economy as a whole is on shaky ground, business is steady for Montrose Molders. By expanding its services to include molding services, the company is able to differentiate itself, gain a competitive advantage, and offer customers a one-stop shop from part and mold design, to tool production and maintenance, molding, assembly, and part decoration services.
With all of our worries about the economy and the business, recent workplace catastrophes in oil fields, mines, and factories serve as an important reminder that safety must always come first. Working on a shop floor can be hazardous if safety is not kept in high regard. Don't let an accident kick-off your safety program. Learn about OSHA's "Four Elements of a Successful Safety Program" as well as Safe Rigging techniques and precautions.
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Director of Marketing
Cimatron Technologies, Inc.