Local Employers are the Backbone of Struggling Small Cities Across the U.S., Says REMCON Plastics Owner Pete Connors
In video interview, Connors recommends Rudy Giuliani's 3-step plan for making cities more amenable to business
READING, Pa., April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- REMCON Plastics and local employers like them are the backbone of struggling small cities all across our country. Owner Pete Connors has a vested interest in the survival of both.
When the city paper asked to learn more about the company's long history, owner Pete Connors not only shared his story of success but also offered a prescription for the city to reverse its reputation as unwelcoming to business.
In the interview Connors talks about how:
- disruption turned into opportunity
- persistence was rewarded with luck
- the right banker with a powerful network is an important asset for success
- employees who can do simple math or write a letter are harder to find
- Rudy Giuliani's simple 3 step plan can turn around any city
According to Connors, our biggest problem is "taxpayer willingness to keep paying for what's going on instead of demanding change."
About REMCON Plastics, Inc.
REMCON Plastics, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company known as much for the solutions they provide as the products they make.
For over 30 years they have been a leading rotational molder with a reputation for production excellence and engineering prowess.
They do custom molding for OEMs, contract manufacturers and plastic component users. Their proprietary product lines include reusable material handling containers for food, cosmetic, meat and poultry and pharmaceutical processors. They also produce safety barricades, tanks, lockers and recreational products among others for the distribution, construction and logistics industries.
"We listen, develop and deliver!" captures the spirit that drives their business.
Brian Martin, VP Sales and Marketing
208 Chestnut St.
Reading, PA 19602
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SOURCE REMCON Plastics, Inc.