Bleeding occurs in many ways. External bleeding is most commonly the result of cuts, abrasions and lacerations, but in severe cases may arise as the consequence of avulsions, puncture, impalement or amputation.
Damaged cargo can be costly to a business. It can result in lost materials, lost customers, citations and a poor company image. Worse, improperly secured cargo can lead to traffic incidents and injuries to workers.
PVF insiders paint a more positive marketplace outlook going forward, but still with a hint of caution sprinkled in. SWA President David Popek helps PHCP distributor VAMAC thrive in the Mid-Atlantic region. Read more stories in 2017 August Issue.