Archive for March, 2018

Aerospace, Logistics, and Services

Written by Economic Development Jobs on March 3, 2018. Posted in Global aerospace logistics, Machinery transport, Oversize freight

Expedited freight companies

Across the globe, the LTL market is estimated at approximately $35 billion. LTL stands for less than truckload and it is a specific type of shipping that moves smaller sized items across the globe. This is used by so many companies and it is viewed as the present and future of the shipping world. However, aerospace logistics services are not very far behind.

While the term aerospace logistics services may seem confusing or too highbrow for the average person, that is not necessarily true. As a matter of fact, it is much more simple than mo

Signs Important for Customer Experience

Written by Economic Development Jobs on March 1, 2018. Posted in Direct mail, Print, Tampa bay printing

Wholesale printing

Signs. Signs are an important part of any business, from the brick and mortar store that uses window signs and banners to the digital store that uses signs for different purposes, though they may be digital signs. Signs are important for calling attention to a store or a product. They can sell merchandise.

There are many uses for signs in a business. All businesses have a sign at the front of their store that has the title of the store, often in flashing letters or bright colors. All businesses have signs within the store. There are signs used to denote the price of merchandise and there are signs to call attention to different kinds of merchandise.

Signs can enhance a customer’s experience in the store, something most customers are willing to pay more for. A customer’s experience has to do, in pa

Does Your Building Have an Old Fire Alarm System? Increase Safety With a New Fire Alarm Installation

Written by Economic Development Jobs on March 1, 2018. Posted in Fire alarm installations, Fire alarm service, Fire protection service

Fire protection services

Fires can occur in a variety of residential and commercial settings. Half of the fires that occurs in high-rise buildings, however, fall into these property classes:

  • Apartments
  • Hotels
  • Offices
  • Medical facilities

Hotel and motel fires, for example, have resulted in guests and employees sustaining injuries and fatalities. On an annual basis, this amounts to an estimated 150 of the former and 15 of the latter.

There can be a variety of reasons for why a fire breaks out. In hospitals, for instance, electrical malfunctions cause 19% of the non-confined fires. When dry or wet chemical systems aren’t maintained on a regular basis, this, too, can potentially lead to fires spreading once ignited. In 44% of the dry or possibly wet chemical system failures