Pause. Pivot. Positive. It is a conflict management system devised by Kerry Wekelo, but it can easily be applied to how businesses are responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Here at Coastal Enterprises we are focusing on tangible actions we can take to support you during these challenging times. We will be sharing frequent blogs with different ways you can pause and pivot to the positive with Precision Board.
This week’s ‘Pause, Pivot, Positive’ blog focuses on how Coastal Enterprises being a fully United States integrated company means no supply chain disruptions and readily available Precision Board to keep your projects on track and on time.
Coastal Enterprises manufactures Precision Board and is a privately-owned company, located in California. Our manufacturing processes are fully integrated in the United States which has allowed us to avoid supply chain disruptions and maintain unparalleled market stability. While other materials become harder to keep in stock, Precision Board remains readily available and shipping in a matter of days, not weeks.
Precision Board is a high-density urethane tooling board used in a number of different applications including composite tooling, prototyping, thermoform tooling, pattern making, theming, architectural, dimensional signage and more. It is currently being used in many essential industries including aerospace, defense, transportation, energy and healthcare.
With the fastest turnaround times in the industry, more density options than any other competitor and customizable solutions available; these essential industries are more eager than ever to learn about the benefits of Precision Board tooling board.
To find out more about how we can help your business in these unusual times, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (800) 845-0745.
You might be surprised at what you can accomplish with a little help from your friends at Coastal.
Coastal Enterprises manufactures Precision Board, a versatile, cost-effective and eco-friendly urethane material used extensively in the tooling industry. It is a closed-cell, rigid, dimensionally-stable substrate that is ideal for use in a number of different tooling applications.