Category: Supply Chain Management
Con-Tech wants to give thanks and is proud to salute our veterans this month and every month. Pictured here is U.S. Army Veteran Mr. Lawrence Brooks, who (is a New Orleans native) at age 110, is currently the oldest living World War II veteran. Thank you for your service, sir! The Con-Tech family was instrumental in… Read More
Louisiana leaders in manufacturing and trade gathered recently in New Orleans for the World Trade Center New Orleans Policy Meeting to discuss new legislation, challenges and possible solutions to the current trade woes. Con-Tech was proud to share its insights into current issues that suppliers face with respect to imports, pricing and availability. Trade and tariff… Read More
Con-Tech International is thrilled to announce the launch of our newly designed website. Working in conjunction with Good Work Marketing, we have crafted a more user-friendly site that makes connecting with us and browsing our products and services, much easier. Finding the right supplier and in our case, the right web development company is hugely important. We interviewed… Read More
More tariffs continue and Con-Tech is diligently monitoring our news feeds and media updates.
The holiday season is upon us and we want to take a moment to say how grateful and thankful we are.
As November rolls around and the holiday season nears, we are reminded of the things we are grateful for. Con-Tech has many reasons to be both thankful and celebratory!
Pallets and Packaging Innovations Keeping up with the latest news in manufacturing, steel, drums and supply chain management is a big undertaking, one Con-Tech is happy to tackle. Being a thought leader in our industries in hugely important to us, which is why our VPs, sales team and product managers are continuously meeting with industry… Read More
As a global parts supplier specializing in imports for more than 35 years, Con-Tech’s strong relationships with global suppliers and manufacturers and our logistics expertise allow us to master the recent changes in American tariff regulations. Let’s break these down and address how we tackle some of the most important issues include sourcing, pricing, transportation,… Read More
Is there a weak link in your supply chain? The cost of failure is very high these days. Increasingly difficult to control supply chains cause great pains for companies and even bring on failures. Risk management association, Airmic, asserts that firms outsource more than just production, they outsource their actual reputation. If companies do not… Read More