ARMO General Membership Meeting & Panel Discussion: How to Overcome Domestic and International Supply Chain Issues
Recorded On: 03/23/2023
Over ninety percent of companies in the automotive specialty equipment industry report that supply chain issues have impacted their business operations over the past year. Businesses both large and small can benefit from listening to industry experts discuss their challenges and hear what their solutions were.
During the SEMA Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) General Membership Meeting & Panel Discussion, you’ll hear from Rick Love (Vintage Air) and Darrin Dewey (National Parts Depot) as they share their insight on the recent supply chain disruption.
- The causes and effects of supply chain issues
- Tips for how to adapt and overcome in the areas of forecasting, pricing, labor and shipping
- How to remain successful by pleasing your customer and maintaining a profit
By the time you're done watching, you’ll know how to improve your supply chain processes moving forward.
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I am currently the Executive Vice President of Vintage Air, Inc. and have been with the company since 1995. I have been involved in the industry since the late seventies when I built my first hot rod (a 1940 Chevy Coupe) during my senior year in high school. I am a past Chairman of the Hot Rod Industry Alliance SEMA Council, and remain active with it today. In addition to making this industry my career, I still enjoy it at a hobbyist level. I recently completed a complete rebuild on the ’39 Ford Coupe that I have owned for more than 35 years, and driven literally coast to coast for over 200,000 miles.
Darrin Dewey, National Parts Depot
National Parts depot
I worked in the hospitality industry through college. Straight out of college to National Parts Depot in March of 2000. Started in Sales and transferred to help purchasing department in Sept 2001 and took over management by May 2002.