Mike Zimmerer understands how to achieve liftoff. It’s hard not to know how to take off when you’re working in the aerospace and space shuttle industries. But even after working a few years in a romanticized industry such as aerospace, Zimmerer wanted to make a change.
One of my cousins is a weather
He had a weather-only radio growing up, can give you the definition of
barometric pressure, and he really goes off the charts with enthusiasm when
watches and warnings are issued in northern Illinois.
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.
“Shoot some dumb customers” is a term I have often used during sales seminars when the topic of customer equality and the cost of doing business with specific, usually smaller accounts centers on the question “Are we really making any money on these accounts?”
It has been an exciting and successful year to have served as ASA
In my first letter at the beginning of 2012, I emphasized my 100% commitment to
continuing the fine traditions of ASA and also to enhancing the association’s
value to all our stakeholders.
Women in industry - Exclusive roundtable interview centers on challenges females face in the PHCP-PVF supply chain, how to attract more women into the industry and the value of ASA's Women in Industry Division. Check out the rest articles in April's Issue.