In the “dog-eat-dog” world of raw materials, competition is stiff. Margins are tight. Opportunities are rare.
Is your company eying fiber optics as a new market?
If you’re a raw material supplier looking to sell to the optical cable industry, keep reading.
The 4 points to consider – and pitfalls to avoid – to win and retain this new business are in the blog, found in full, here: http://technicalhorsepowerconsulting.com/advice-raw-material-suppliers-planning-sell-optical-cable-industry-4-points-consider-pitfalls-avoid/
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