Need Help?
(888) 742-5060

In The News:

Disaster Plans: 'No Single Point of Failure'

Protect revenue, customer base with a detailed plan for business continuity

September 25, 2012
Reprints
A A

Each hurricane season, there’s a renewed effort by many businesses to implement disaster plans, but most still do not have a formal, updated plan for business continuity. This article looks at the first steps a distributor should take to ensure that its business can keep running should the unplanned happen.

F&F Industrial Equipment, a one-branch industrial distributor in Middletown, NY, has been proactive about developing a business continuity plan in the case of disaster.

While the distributor itself has never been affected by a natural disaster or other major disruption, it has witnessed customers’ experiences with storms and other unplanned events and the havoc those can wreak if a business is not prepared.

“Knock on wood nothing happens here,” says Frank Fasano Jr., vice president of operations. But, he says, “you really never know.”

As recent events have shown, a disaster can hit anywhere. Consider …

To View This Article:

Login

Subscribe To Mdm Premium

Get Online Access to This Article Now

Add this article to your cart for $9.95
Partner Center