Manufacturing escaped hardest Covid-19 hit, Vermeer CEO says

While the entire economy was rapidly transformed due to closures related to Covid-19, Jason Andringa, CEO and president of Vermeer, said Vermeer continues to be in a strong position overall, according to a report posted by local radio stations KNIA/KRLS, of Pella and Knoxville, Iowa.

Andringa, a board member of the National Association of Manufacturers, said the manufacturing industry has not been hit nearly as hard as restaurants, hospitality and sectors of retail, where closures related to the ongoing pandemic had a more direct impact.

In a podcast hosted by Harry Smith, NBC News correspondent, Jason and Mary Andringa, Vermeer chair of the board, discussed what they’ve learned leading through several crises.

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