In the latest issue of The Cooling Journal, we break down the lineup for the Vision 20/20 Virtual Conference. Plus, a feature interview with Global Emissions Systems, Inc as well as our first NARSA member from Brazil.
In the May/June issue, we speak with several NARSA/IDEA members who tackling COVID19 challenges head on and learn how they're keeping employees and customers safe. We also visit a Dallas, Texas radiator shop in its first year of business.
Changing behavior and habits is the hardest thing to do. For the welfare of you, your family, your teammates, your customers and business, embrace the changes to protect everyone and everything you care about.
The world economy has certainly shifted in light of the Coronavirus. In this issue of The Cooling Journal, our Executive Director outlines how members can confront challenges while also keeping employees safe.
Negotiations are something that we all have dealt with in our lives and businesses. We negotiate with our suppliers over the price, payment terms, delivery times, and more on the items we need. We negotiate with our employees on their base pay, their bonuses, their benefits, paid time off and more on how we compensate them.
With 42 employees, Cooling Systems Caribe manufactures radiators for the generator and industrial markets and distributes automotive and truck radiators. The business also offers DPF cleaning services. But owner Bobby Duran says Cooling Systems Caribe’s niche is custom work.
The first Cooling Journal magazine of 2020 includes details on new minimum wage laws, 2 member spotlights, a feature on NARSA/IDEA's Board of Directors and insight into a new blood lead level law in California.
“What we love about our type of business is that we have seen years of neglect of the world," said James Drespling, owner of Jim D's DPF Cleaning Service. "It is about time that we started taking an interest in preserving the environment."
Red Eye Radiator’s owner Nick O’Neil has been around cars his whole life. “I started working here when I was 10 years old cleaning toilets and doing yard work, so I’ve seen the ins and outs and worked from the bottom up.”
A new California law requires businesses to report a worker’s blood lead level (BLL) exceeding 20 micrograms per deciliter (µg/dL) to the health department. A NARSA member and radiator shop owner in believes the new regulations are unreasonable.