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Articles Tagged with ''supply house''
H.C. Oswald Supply is in an old brick building sitting swat on a street in the Bronx less than three miles from Yankee Stadium. Oswald started its business in 1923 just a decade after the New York Yankees showed up, and they, too, have a grand history.
What could the recent sale of The Washington Post have to do with PHCP, PVF and HVACR supply houses? Once you understand who bought the newspaper that brought down a U.S. president and what this individual has accomplished, you will understand the threat he poses to supply houses.
Doing training for training’s sake is not a good use of precious time and resources. You may feel good about training, but in the end you are not where you really want to be.
Bettendorf, Iowa-based JMF Company is celebrating 65 years in business as a provider of an expansive line of rough plumbing products through plumbing and HVAC wholesale distribution channels.
Dakota Wholesale’s Ted Swenson sums up the battle PHCP distributors face each day with e-commerce sites. “It’s like fighting ‘The Blob’,” the Sioux Falls, S.D.-based distributor says.
For the 20th consecutive year, Golden Ring, Md.-based Northeastern Supply hosted customers at the Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del.
The supply-house business always is hazardous due to the chance of losses when your contractor customers file for bankruptcy. However, if you know the signs, you can minimize the risk.
The Macomb Group recently acquired Madison Heights, Mich.-based commercial and industrial mechanical insulation company R.L. Bondy.