Is it better to do business with a privately held company?

Do Business with a Private Company

Doing business with a private company can provide significant advantages over dealing with the limitations of a publicly held contract manufacturer:

  • Flexibility and agility: Private companies often have more flexibility in decision-making and can quickly adapt to changing project initiatives and market conditions. They can implement innovative strategies and respond swiftly to customer needs without being burdened by extensive bureaucratic processes.
  • Entrepreneurial spirit: Private companies are typically driven by an entrepreneurial mindset, allowing them to take calculated risks, pursue new opportunities, and foster innovation. This can result in dynamic and creative solutions that cater to evolving market demands and customer requirements.
  • Personalized service: Private companies often emphasize building strong customer relationships. They may offer more personalized and attentive customer service compared to larger public corporations, leading to a more tailored experience, rapid response, and better satisfaction.  Privately held companies can adapt to the needs of their customers rather than create frustration that results from dealing with the rigid systems found at large corporations.
  • Confidentiality: Private companies are not subject to the same disclosure requirements as publicly traded companies. They can maintain confidentiality regarding their operations, financials, strategies, and proprietary capabilities which can be advantageous for innovative OEM customers.

Finding a contract manufacturing partner that offers all these benefits while maintaining a strong financial foundation is the key. At Total Plastic Solutions, we have no long-term debt with most capital investments being self-funded from our strong balance sheet.  TPS consistently strives to meet our customers’ high expectations and ensure long-lasting relationships with our business partners.  TPS looks forward to hearing from OEM’s looking for a supplier to help solve their next complex engineering problem with an elegant contract manufacturing solution. For more information contact Jay Haverstraw via email or at (513) 289-1868.

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