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gaged than ever," Kirkland says. "When
an employee fi nally understands that
they are now a beneficial owner and all
they invested was sweat equity, it really
does encourage them to do a better job.
We told them to keep doing exactly what
they had been doing, just more of it and
like you own it, because you do. "
Packard looks to double-digit growth regardless of outlying factors, Vice President
of Business Development Jim Mosman
says. "We are driven primarily by seasonality and weather," he adds. "Economics
are always a factor, we tend to do better in
tougher economic times as the end-user
base shifts more to repairing equipment
utilizing our components rather than replacing it with new equipment, which isn't
currently part of our product offering.
During stronger economic periods, we
provide value to our customers by supplying new sustainable products and develop-
Packard is dedicated to customer service and its team focuses
on delivering professionalism and a personal touch.
ing services that create efficiencies within
Moving forward, Packard plans to continue to build a future for its employees
and customers. "I want to go out on a high
note here and I have a goal before I step
aside and let the next generation come in,
which is to see us do more of what we do
best. I think you will see more acquisitions
in our future." Kirkland says.
// Secop // With over 60 years of experience in advanced compressor technologies, Secop has strengthened its position as a performance leader with the acquisition by Nidec Corporation. Under the Nidec Corporation, we will now be able to utilize the synergies that exist between motor and advanced compressor
technologies, further strengthening our commitment to be the leader in advanced compressor technologies
around the world.
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