What you need to know¹

What you need to know
  • Communications & Technology
    The time it takes a manufacturer to get a product to the marketplace often determines its success. Clearly, it's vital to get merchandise off of the assembly line and onto store shelves before a competitor comes along and steals the consumer spotlight. State-of-the-art communication systems represent one way to increase turnaround time and reduce cost.
  • Customer Service
    The manufacturers of yesteryear often sited affordable pricing and quick time-to-market as reasons vendors stayed loyal to one operation. Over the decades, however, competition in the industry stiffened, and these once beneficial perks morphed into customer expectation.
  • Customer Service
    The manufacturers of yesteryear often sited affordable pricing and quick time-to-market as reasons vendors stayed loyal to one operation. Over the decades, however, competition in the industry stiffened, and these once beneficial perks morphed into customer expectation.
  • Insurance
    The day-to-day procedures at a manufacturing plant pose many risks, all of which require the protection of a good insurance policy. But aside from standard coverages such as general liability and worker's compensation, manufacturers need to consider other equally important options.