With the start of another tax season, businesses in the automation and manufacturing industries are forced to evaluate how persisting economic and industry trends have impacted their profit margins and viability.
The U.S. economy is working its way back, albeit slowly, with the economy recovering only half of the more than 22 million jobs lost in March and April due to the pandemic and operating at 82 percent capacity compared to the first quarter of 2020.
As automation technologies continue to develop at a rapid pace, it’s imperative that companies just like MetalQuest have the requisite support to fully leverage the potential behind automation. Failing to do so will inhibit America’s ability to remain globally competitive.
Arguably every industry has been affected in some way by the coronavirus pandemic. Food processing and manufacturing are no different. COVID-19, however, has sparked a wave of innovation within the industry, and a chance to push food processing and manufacturing to new heights.