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Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Harvey - these are just a few of the hurricanes in the last 30 years that have caused widespread damage. The wind, the water, the destruction, the displacement. It is one thing to survive a major weather event, it is quite another to then begin the process of cleaning up the devastation. Where do you start? You protected yourself from the storm, now how do you protect yourself from the aftermath, including mold, exposed materials such as asbestos and other factors such as noise from machinery that may be used to help with the clean-up efforts? Let's explore this important issue.
"We learn and we perform for our clients on a daily basis, but perhaps more so during times of crisis," shares Kevin Rosenthal, Executive Director of Business Development, A&M Industrial, Rahway, NJ. "One major experience that changed our company experience was during the 9-11 terrorist attacks - unspeakable acts that still affect us today. We learned that crises' present themselves and we need to have leadership that understands crisis management. A lot of what we do during these situations is orchestrated by our emergency response, disaster preparedness and supply chain resiliencies. Every crisis is different and prompts a different, flexible response, on order to best serve our clients and our community."
Operating in what is arguably the most important and competitive energy market in the country, A&M Industrial works hard to build loyalty amoung its clients through reliability and availability. "We are in an exceptionally congested market that does the highest volume of business of any metropolitan area in the country," Rosenthal explained. "So we follow the lessons that Arny taught us - be on top of our game every day, bring quality product, unparalleled service, and unmatched technical expertise to the market. Always remember that the client is king. Be sensitive to their needs and flexible in adapting to the changing needs in an ever-changing marketplace."
The event features highly sought-after information seminars from industry-leading experts including: Introduction to GHS, the new Globally Harmonized System of classification and labeling of chemicals; OSHA Presentation, exploring the tools and resources available to improve operational safety; Energy Efficiency, demonstrating the five most common areas to improve steam utilization; and much more.
When Arnold Young, President of A&M Industrial, started a small hardware store back in 1954, he had the right entrepreneurial spirit. His go-getter attitude accelerated the growth of his business as it transitioned from retailer to hardware and equipment supplier to manufacturing companies in the booming corridor of New Jersey/New York.
In the 1950s, the neighborhood known as the Ironbound section of Newark, N.J., featured a mix of heavy industry and a large, multi-ethnic working class. It was also home to A&M Industrial, which started as a small retail store in 1954 and soon began supplying the surrounding companies with industrial hardware. Over the next few decades, as nearby factories started migrating out of the Northeast to southern states and offshore locations, the company recognized the need to focus on the industries and essential services that remained vibrant along the Eastern seaboard.