Article from Risk and Insurance
Interesting summary article discussing the shortage of drivers contrasted with the increased regulation by the government.
Great Plains and Partners Funding is proud to announce that we raised $4,330.00 on August 5th during our Law Enforcement Appreciation Event. This money came from donations by the community, donations made by our employees, donations made by Great Plains, and all of the proceeds from the pork chop meal that was served. All other
Discussion today with a prospective client involved a late payment from their large customer causing the client to miss payroll. By factoring the invoice, the cash would have been available the next day to insure all payable obligations would be met. Contact us with any further thoughts or questions.
For the past 30 days, the employees of Partners Funding & Great Plains have been donating $1 per day to dress casually to raise money for Chemo Comfort Bags. These Chemo Comfort Bags will include things such as hand sanitizer, lotion, Kleenex, mints, lip balm, crosswords, a blanket, and all put into a Thirty-one bag. These bags will
A recent article picked up by Manta (contact us for article) talked about the process of selecting a factoring company. There were two key points that “jumped” out: “Certain factoring companies nickel-and-dime you through ACH fees, credit fees, monthly processing fees, and even hidden fees built into restrictive contracts. The right company, however, can
The employees of Great Plains Transportation Services, Inc. and Partners Funding, Inc. have been involved for the past 25 days in the sixth annual “Let’s Help a Charity Dress Casual Campaign”. In order for the employees to dress casually at the office they had to either bring items for the Salvation Army Food Shelf or
Interesting article analyzing the oil production strategy in the Middle East and making the statement: “Not even the mighty Middle East can survive cheap oil forever. If oil stays around $50 a barrel, most countries in the region will run out of cash in five years or less, warned a dire report from the International
Great Plains Transportation, Inc. celebrated it’s 20th anniversary with all employee’s gathered together in a great downtown Minneapolis venue. Teddy Bridgewater stopped in as well!
In reviewing the magazine, there were some key points of interest: “Truck parking has been a long standing problem in our nation-we need new approaches to fix it” as quoted by US Deputy Transportation Secretary Victor Mendez. American factory exporting had slowed in August due to lower demand and the increase in the dollars value.
I’ve come across my notes with respect to the talk given by keynote speaker Victoria Holt (CEO) of Proto Labs. Per previous post, her topic was the confluence of hardware and software in the manufacturing environment. She saw this happening in 4 major categories: Automation of Front End processes (i.e. inbound sales process being more
I had the chance to attend this summit that was held yesterday, in St Paul, in honor of kicking off Manufacturers week. In addition to hearing Ms. Victoria Holt (CEO) of Proto Labs speak of the “confluence” of software and hardware in the manufacturing process, Mr. Doug Loon (MN Chamber President) spoke concerning a few highlights