Shelters in the storm

Weber, Rick
October 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Oct2008, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p69
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the outlook of business owner Steve Latin-Kasper on the truck equipment market in the U.S. in line with the economic slowdown. Latin-Kasper relates how the municipal-government market would support the truck equipment industry. Other pieces of advice from Latin-Kasper for business owners in the truck industry include searching out export markets and holding onto critical personnel. It outlines Latin-Kasper's views on the ability of the industry to survive the economic recession.


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