We understand the status of COVID-19 continues to change rapidly and has created considerable strain and uncertainty for many of our customers. As we move forward together amidst unprecedented times, we want you to know we are here to support you in any way we can. Our Group of Companies which includes: Tri-Mach Group Inc., Advance Millwrights Inc. and Industrial Contracting Solutions, has been deemed as an Essential Business by Premier Ford and we will continue to remain fully operational.
As an organization we continue to follow the health and safety protocols and policies the provincial and federal government have issued to ensure the safety of our families and yours. As of today, we have confirmed that our suppliers are open and are deemed as essential. We are confident we will continue to obtain parts and deliver projects on time.
During this time, meats, frozen foods, and non-perishables become the most demanded items and begin to clear off the shelves. Our past experience in the food, beverage, and agriculture industries prepares us to help you meet this demand for products including but not limited to:
In keeping with our guiding principles, we continue to maintain our normal working schedule to support our customers and our Country. Contact sales@ics-ind to find out how we can offer support to your operation and team.
For the Group of Companies, 2020 is an exciting time for our organization’s future. We were eagerly waiting to announce our new Mission, Vision, and Core Values to our employees, and to set a standard that will guide the continued development of our companies. In January, two employee Vision Day 2020 events took place, bringing together the teams from Tri-Mach Group, Advance Millwrights, and Industrial Contracting Solutions. These events were not only to launch our new Mission, Vision, and Core Values, but brought together our three families for a day of fun team building activities and to show appreciation for all they do every day that has help earn our companies the success they have today. Photos from the events can be found below.
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With the addition of Advance Millwrights, Industrial Contracting Solutions and new family members over the past few years, the Tri-Mach Group of Companies is showing no signs of slowing down. With a new decade and new leadership, 2020 has provided us with an opportunity to redefine and unite our family of companies, providing focus and direction on who we are and what we are accomplishing together.
We truly believe that if our employees are happy, our customers will be happy as well. We will continue to lead by actions, bringing our best every day to achieve the unthinkable in all that we do. The future is bright for the Tri-Mach Group of Companies and we are proud to share the guiding principles that unite us as one, with those who continue to support us!
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In October, Industrial Contracting Solutions sponsored the Walkerton Fair. The first photo show the winners of the open class event, followed by photos of the Jerry Smiles Memorial Buckle Presentation.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced that it will provide approximately $12 billion in funding to protect farmers from potential damage caused by tariffs imposed by China, Mexico, Russia and others.
According to the USDA, the imposed tariffs could cost US farmers approximately $11 billion, affecting products such as soybeans, milk and pork, as well as fruits, nuts, and other speciality crops.
The short-term relief funding will be provided through a range of support programmes, which aim to help agricultural producers meet the increased costs caused by disrupted markets.
Firstly, the new Market Facilitation Program will provide payments to producers of soybeans, sorghum, corn, wheat, cotton, dairy and hogs, which the USDA says “will help farmers manage disrupted markets, deal with surplus commodities, and expand and develop new markets at home and abroad.”
The USDA will also introduce the Food Purchase and Distribution Program, which will purchase “unexpected surplus of affected commodities” such as fruit, pork and milk for distribution to food banks and other nutrition programmes.
Finally, a Trade Promotion Program will be implemented, which will aim to assist in developing new export markets for US agricultural products.
US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said: “This is a short-term solution to allow President Trump time to work on long-term trade deals to benefit agriculture and the entire US economy.
“The President promised to have the back of every American farmer and rancher, and he knows the importance of keeping our rural economy strong.
“Unfortunately, America’s hard-working agricultural producers have been treated unfairly by China’s illegal trading practices and have taken a disproportionate hit when it comes illegal retaliatory tariffs.
“USDA will not stand by while our hard-working agricultural producers bear the brunt of unfriendly tariffs enacted by foreign nations.
“The programmes we are announcing today help ensure our nation’s agriculture continues to feed the world and innovate to meet the demand.”