In response to the global shipping container disruption, SMC Global continues to invest in its transportation equipment fleet with additional intermodal ISO tanks, chassis and drivers to support its growing business.
The expanded fleet primarily supports SMC’s Global paint and coatings customer base insuring stable supply, short lead times, and lower risk related to possible delays.
According to Adam Feldman founder and CEO of SMC Global, “We are very proud of the fact that despite the current supply chain crises, SMC Global has been able to supply our customers with no disruptions. To have a service track record at this level during these challenging times speaks to our outstanding supply chain team. We will continue to invest in building our team and increasing our assets as it is our goal to be the best in the field.”
With the latest forecasts pointing to the current supply chain bottlenecks lasting at least until the fall of 2022, SMC Global will continue to evaluate and establish strategies to mitigate the effect of the container crisis.
“With the coming of the Chinese Spring Festival and the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing in the 1st quarter of 2022, we are taking the initiative to be prepared for the worst conditions”, said Kevin Huber, founder, executive vice president, and chief operating officer. “Investing in ISO Tank container equipment and drivers to ensure continuity of supply during these uncertain times speaks to our fast-moving call to action and commitment to the customer.”