Precision IBC escapes serious damage
Nov 4, 2005 11:20 AM
Precision IBC Inc, Fairhope AL, has been focusing on supplying customers in the hurricane affected areas of the Gulf Coast to replace containers lost.
The company also is supplying IBCs to assist in the recovery and rebuilding efforts, as well as continued service to non-affected customers, according to company information.
Precision IBC facilities in Broussard LA and Fairhope escaped the hurricanes with no major damage.
During Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita, Precision IBC remained open and continued business as usual.
"We continue to work very closely with our shippers and suppliers, and ask for your patience as we all work diligently to overcome equipment shortages brought on by the storms," said Anthony Beard, president and chief executive officer.
In addition, Precision IBC has donated water-filled IBCs to affected communities, as well as fuel storage tanks for use by the ambulance services and search and rescue operation facilities on the Gulf Coast.
Employees and their families made donations to the victims of hurricanes and volunteered to prepare and serve hot meals and offered medical care at the special needs evacuation centers.
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