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As demand for affordable foodstuffs increases, the tools needed to cultivate and bring them to market are pushed to the limit.
Whether you own a small restaurant or big box store, you need electricity to keep the lights on, cash registers or point-of-sale kiosks running, and equipment operating.
With the ability to simply walk down the aisles and buy fresh vegetables, meat, cheese, yogurts, and milk, it’s easy for people to forget what it takes to bring these products to market.
From airports and capital buildings to defense and emergency response, millions of people depend upon government infrastructure and services.
From emergency rooms to private practices, medical professionals are relied upon to care for others.
Electrical outages are troublesome for any business sector, but arguably the most disrupted is heavy industry.
When you need electricity to perform, there’s nothing better for your manufacturing site than a commercial generator.
Needed to construct infrastructure, develop electronics, and generate energy, precious minerals play a crucial societal role.
From treating water and maintaining roadways to hosting events and protecting residents, municipalities both small and large have a lot to handle.
From extreme temperatures to corrosive conditions, the oil and gas industry regularly operates in unforgiving at-sea and onshore environments.
The telecommunications industry has played a pivotal societal role, building the technologies and infrastructure necessary for sending voice, words, video, and audio anywhere in the world.