In The News

On April 9th, a group of South Carolina bikers were riding east on South Carolina Hwy 378 when they saw a girl about to jump off the Pee Dee River Bridge. So they stopped.  George, their leader, a big burly man of 53, gets off his Harley, walks through a group of gawkers, past the Read More >

Going Green With UPS

Another shipment is in packaging for one of our larger clients.  They prefer UPS to FedEx for transportation of small parts and/or shipment.  We are the other way around.  The reasons for this are legion and not open at the moment. What I am noticing is the increasing package requirements over time.  A couple of Read More >

What will a really, REALLY, big battery plant mean?

Recently our governor and Ford executives held a joint press conference to announce the start of a massive project to build a battery plant in the Southeast quadrant of our state.  A five billion dollar investment and thousands of jobs is promised.  I guess I am a pessimist.  I saw several hundred acres of Kentucky Read More >

Yes the truck is air born

The picture of the APC on our main page is NOT doctored.  The vehicle is was photographed at an Army proving ground and is actually air born — all 45 Tons of it.  It was caught on film as it crested a rise doing about 45 to 50 miles per hour on the course.  It Read More >

Parts Shortages

June, 2021 An open letter to all of our customers: It is apparent that 2021 will have its challenges. A most pressing matter is the world wide shortage of parts and materials. I have contacted most of you in the past and inquired about your future plans for this fiscal year regarding production levels. To Read More >