• Winding-up operations?

    April 8, 2010 by Mark Walters

    As economic conditions improve, some manufacturers will still face capacity and other issues that will lead to the closure of one or more of their facilities. Tax implications arising from plant closures are often overlooked. Avoid unpleasant surprises: consider the

  • WEB TIPS: Promoting your podcast

    March 10, 2010 by Andrew Shedden

    Once you have your podcast recorded you need to promote it. Here are nine tips to help you get the word out.
 1. Send it out to all of your newsletter subscribers.
 2. Advertise it with a banner ad in

  • WEB TIPS: Podcast microphones; you get what you pay for

    February 24, 2010 by Andrew Shedden

    The most important component in your podcasting equipment is your microphone. There are virtually limitless options available, but bear in mind you get what you pay for. A high quality microphone will give your podcast a professional sound that will

  • Podcast content ideas

    January 28, 2010 by Andrew Shedden

    Once you take the leap and decide you want to create a podcast, the first step is to weigh your content options. 
What’s the purpose of your podcast? Some examples are: to promote your brand, to explain your product benefits

  • Eco-driving for gasoline savings

    August 10, 2009 by PLANT STAFF

        1.  Reduce your highway speed. Fuel consumption starts to increase above        90 km/hour.    2.  Avoid jack rabbit starts and hard braking.    3.  Avoid idling—10 seconds of idling uses more fuel than turning off and restarting your car engine.    4.