Preparing for the fight back

Templar, Brian
October 2009
Motor Transport;10/22/2009, p11
Trade Publication
In this article, the author reflects upon the opportunities arising from the economic recovery. He talks about the effects of slowdown on the manufacturing, sales, and orders of various companies, and discusses the cautions taken by the companies in their spending. He also explores the advantages of taking early steps with the signs of recovery seen in the industries, and suggests various measures needed during current scenario which include addressing inefficiencies and reviewing contracts.


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