OK...My point was simply that I can't imagine a supplier planning a stoppage
without first notifying it's major customer(s).
In industry, that usually would only happen in a sudden, unplanned situation
e.g., fire, wildcat strike, etc.
Actually, I did not realize Dahl did so much business with the government.
It was because of this ignorance that my earlier comment was given with only
the amateur market in mind.
Please excuse me.
Phil Chambley, Sr.
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From: "Stuart Rohre" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Friday, December 07, 2007 4:18 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Peter W. Dahl Company
> The government does not do that kind of thing (lining up another buyer),
> They are often clueless when a vendor goes away unless they have been
> business the month before. I know, I use government contracting at work!
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