Zatkoff Strengthens Inventory to Over $35 Million After Boosting Safety Stock

May 13, 2021

Manufacturers across the globe are experiencing firsthand how quickly the pandemic has shocked supply chains and dramatically impacted business operations. With recent supply chain interruptions, limited raw materials, increased production turnaround, unexpected shipping delays, labor shortages, and more, many suppliers are experiencing unpredictable setbacks and business disruption challenges.

As an early, proactive response to this crisis, Zatkoff Seals & Packings has strengthened our inventory to over $35 million by boosting our safety stock. Furthermore, we have maintained our workforce throughout the pandemic by avoiding any employee layoffs. This has allowed us to quickly adapt to market changes and global product shortages, in order to meet the demands of our customers across all industries.

By looking to the future, we successfully safeguarded our processes and ensured that our customers can maintain operational continuity. Thanks to our strong inventory and valued employees, we continue to provide our customers with the products they need, exactly when they need them — despite unforeseen global events.

Our commitment to quality, on-time delivery, and value creation continues to be our primary focus. If you have any questions about our services, or our company’s response to COVID-19, contact your local Zatkoff sales representative.


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