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Induron’s Operations Team Meets Quarterly Quality Goals

By: Jeff White, Induron EVP & General Manager

Gearheads galore! The Induron Operations team recently celebrated meeting its quarterly quality goals! These goals not only measure the quality of paint we are producing, but also how we are servicing our customers. The goals we set are not “gimme goals,” because we like a challenge. And, we don’t always reach them, but when we do, it’s worth celebrating. Continue reading Induron’s Operations Team Meets Quarterly Quality Goals

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The Induron Difference: Selling Innovative Technology

At Induron, we strive to manufacture and provide innovative technology to solve problems for our customers. Sometimes that means producing a new product for a specific need in the marketplace, and other times our sales representatives offer expertise and guidance on which of our existing products are best for the project at hand. Plus, the confidence in Induron’s Quality Control team empowers the sales team to sell these products with confidence. Continue reading The Induron Difference: Selling Innovative Technology

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The Induron Difference: Small and Family-Owned

Induron is a small, family-owned businessThis year, Induron will celebrate its 72nd year of being a small, family-owned business. Throughout those years, Induron worked through various company focuses, but its values and culture remain constant. Continue reading The Induron Difference: Small and Family-Owned

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The Induron Difference: Relationships Matter

At Induron, we value relationships. We invest ourselves in the success, satisfaction and reputation of our customers. Our goals are to make their lives easier and discover innovative ways to add value to what they are doing. National Sales Manager Andy Odorzynski said it best when he stated, “Success for Induron means we’re adding value to our partners.” Continue reading The Induron Difference: Relationships Matter

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The Induron Difference: What Motivates Our Team

What gets you out of bed in the morning?  Several Induron team members shared what excites them about working for Induron in the videos below.  The responses ranged from the company’s potential for growth to Induron’s family-like culture. Check out the videos below to see what they had to say! Continue reading The Induron Difference: What Motivates Our Team

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The Induron Difference: Start with a Good Finish

As a third-generation, family-owned paint manufacturer, Induron is different. Our company size, passionate team members, innovative products, customer-first approach to doing business and more set us apart from our competitors. Continue reading The Induron Difference: Start with a Good Finish

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Overcoming Giants

By: Davies Hood, Induron President

I remember being both moved and inspired by this full-page advertisement for Maserati in USA Today a few years ago on the Monday after the Super Bowl. The Patriots won… but that’s not this story. The ad copy read Continue reading Overcoming Giants

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The Induron Approach

By: Tom Wunderlin, Induron Sales Representative

A salesperson is the primary differentiator in purchases today. As products and services become increasingly commoditized, purchasers realize that they can receive a similar offering from another company. But, what they can’t get from just any supplier is the same experience and positive outcome Induron’s sales representatives strive to create. Continue reading The Induron Approach

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The Trust Factor

By: Tex Enoch, Induron Sales Representative

For the second year in a row, the Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback, Carson Wentz, went down with an injury leaving a journeyman quarterback, Nick Foles, with the reigns as they moved into the playoffs.  Last year, Nick proved to the world that he was more than a journeyman as he led his team to the Super Bowl and then beat the great Tom Brady and the Patriots for the championship. Continue reading The Trust Factor

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