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Showrooms: Great place to showcase or waste of space?

August 1, 2006 - By

For a variety of companies in myriad industries, a showroom is a great way to show off the latest and greatest products to new and existing customers. read more

Opportunity to learn

August 1, 2006 - By

Nobody has to tell propane marketers that today's business climate is far more complex than a generation ago. read more

In memory of the Safety Committee

August 1, 2006 - By

I am sad to report the death of the National Propane Gas Association's Safety Committee. read more

Communicating to the troops

August 1, 2006 - By

For years, proper procedures and control reports have been provided by computer system vendors to insure the accuracy of input data and to balance inventory and deliveries on a daily basis. This data feeds into the general ledger and canned reports or report generators are available to provide clear pictures of what your business has done. read more

Making the future, today

August 1, 2006 - By

Most propane managers tend to manage their business for the reality of yesterday. We often assume that past events will reoccur if we just wait for them. read more

The devil is in the details

August 1, 2006 - By

I was fortunate to serve as legal counsel for the Propane Incident Data Collection Project that is featured in this issue of LP Gas Magazine. read more

The dog days of summer

August 1, 2006 - By

It's the dog days of August in Washington, and Congress has closed up shop and gone home for their annual August recess. Congress plans to return on Sept. 5 and has a lot of unfinished business that may be of interest to the propane industry and those working in it. read more

Safety in numbers

August 1, 2006 - By

For the first time ever, the propane industry has a comprehensive compilation and statistical analysis of data on safety incidents involving the nationwide distribution, transportation and use of odorized propane. read more

Our ‘house’

August 1, 2006 - By

Just about every business in any industry wants to be more efficient. The question is: How? Streamlining processes, incorporating new and emerging technologies, and altering business plans are all ways to increase efficiency. Another way is to have an all-in-one warehouse to hold products, house employees and service customers - something that Ray Murray Inc. has benefited from since 1973. read more

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