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ITW Professional Brands today announced that the John Day Company will act as a strategic distribution partner for Spray Nine® disinfectants and degreasers, marketing Spray Nine to its industrial customers located throughout the Midwest.
The Dos & Don’ts Of Selling To Customers In China: How to Avoid Getting Caught Between The Tiger & DragonMay 10, 2013 4:48 pm | by Jim Tompkins, CEO, Tompkins International | Blogs | Comments
You may be debating whether or not to conduct business in China. Or perhaps your company has already entered the market in Asia and finding it to be a difficult path. There’s no doubt that China presents a huge opportunity through its growing class of consumers that are hungry for new products. But can you frame your selling propositions the same way you would for a North American sale?
The MultiMount offers built-in safety features, including the SafeLock, to ensure easy installation. The SafeLock protects the load cell from accidental overload during shipment and installation.
The Gofer Sweeper is an industrial grade, low clearance, battery powered, remote controlled, floor sweeper specifically designed to clean under pallet racking. Warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing plants can all benefit from The Gofer Sweeper.
Made and assembled in the USA, the Industrial Fuel Cleaner and Transfer System is a highly mobile system designed to transfer and filter diesel fuel.
Brush Research is a privately owned company located in Los Angeles, California. They have been in the business of solving difficult finishing problems with brushing technology since 1958. BRM was one of the first companies to advocate the critical need for finer surface finishes to optimize performance. Concepts such as plateau finishing were pioneered by their founder, Steve Rands, and are now commonplace goals across many industries.
Optimal warehouse space utilization, reduced labor costs and increased throughput are all achievable through effective slotting. Years of industry consultant research confirm that slotting alone typically can increase picker productivity between 7 and 20 percent and reduce replenishment labor costs from 3 to 13 percent.