Finding New Markets in a Tough Economy

Brzozowski, Carol
January 2009
Erosion Control;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p56
Trade Publication
The article reports that several companies in the erosion control sector have attained success during the recession in the U.S. by adopting the strategy of diversification. Erosion control companies have diversified their businesses such as using hydroseeding machines to spray water or chemical suppressants for dust control or fire suppression. Many erosion control companies have attained success in public sector bidding. According to Tom Mackey, owner of the company Northwest Tree and Reclamation, government bid jobs have become diversified as well as technical.


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