Cleveland-based Lincoln Electric Co. remains in operation during the coronavirus pandemic to manufacture supplies for critical industries, such as infrastructure, defense and others. Matt Fleming, Director of Business Development, Industrial Products, at Lincoln Electric joins host Brad Kramer on the Pipeline Takeaways Podcast to discuss how the welding equipment manufacturer is addressing business amid social distancing and stay-at-home orders.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced us all to take a take a step back and look at the impacts on the oil and gas pipeline industry, related to the economy, energy prices and the potential long-term effects of government-mandated stay-at-home orders and more. With energy infrastructure being deemed an “essential business,” contractors working on projects to ensure the safety and reliability of pipelines and facilities need supplies to get the work done.
Listen in as Fleming explains how Lincoln Electric has adjusted to the new challenges of COVID-19, from addressing safety for its employees to continuing to work with its customers to provide essential products and support for their business.
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