Posts Tagged ‘Ukraine’

Supply Chains: ‘This Pandemic is Not Over,’ Citi Exec Explains

Jun 1st, 2022

The shock of the war in Ukraine and China’s zero-COVID policy continues to signal that the pandemic supply chain woes are far from being done. Click here to read more.

Stimulus Checks to Help Combat Inflation? Federal and State Help May Come

Apr 20th, 2022

If you’re feeling the crunch of higher prices in the grocery store or at the gas pump, relief for your wallet could be on the way. Both federal and state-level legislation has been introduced (and in some cases, already passed) to send rebates or stimulus checks directly to Americans. Click here to read more. 

Helping Hands: FilmDirect Distributes Relief to Ukraine

Mar 30th, 2022

FilmDirect of Brieselang, Germany, finds itself doling out more than industry products this spring. The Legend Paint Protection Film distributor is a mere 882 miles from Kyiv, Ukraine, a country under siege and in need of humanitarian aid. Owner Owen Lloyd and his team answered the call for help. “Ukraine is about a seven-hour drive […]

Gas Prices: ‘We Could See $5 a Gallon’ as Russia-Ukraine War Drags on, Strategist Says

Mar 30th, 2022

Expect to see the average cost of gasoline hit $5 per gallon by the peak driving season if the Russia-Ukraine conflict isn’t resolved soon, says one strategist. Click here to read more.

$4.33: Mobile Film Shops Account For New Variable

Mar 23rd, 2022

The cost of regular unleaded gasoline scaled to a national average of $4.33 a gallon on March 11, 2022, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA) Gas Prices website. It’s the highest number on record, and the price is even more frightening for drivers opting for alternative fuel types. The national average cost of diesel […]

How to Strengthen Your Company’s Security Against Cyberattacks

Mar 23rd, 2022

The White House is sounding the alarm on the risk that private companies face of Kremlin-backed cyberattacks. “Warnings based on evolving intelligence that the Russian Government is exploring options for potential cyberattacks,” President Biden said in a statement on Monday. “It’s part of Russia’s playbook.” Click here to read more.

Eastman Donating $100k to Aid Ukraine

Mar 9th, 2022

Financial support from Kingsport’s own Eastman Chemical Company is en route to Ukraine following the Russian invasion and continued military strikes. Officials with Eastman Chemical Company announced Friday they’re donating a total of $100,000 to different organizations aimed at helping Ukrainians on the ground. Click here to read more.

The Ukraine-Russia War Brings Heartbreak and Potential Business Woes

Mar 2nd, 2022

Denis Pundik was born in the Soviet Union in 1977, 14 years before its dissolution in 1991. He’s the owner of Cape Cod Tint Guy in Cape Cod, Mass. But with family and connections in Ukraine, his mind wanders beyond film after Russia’s February 24 invasion. “I spoke with my buddy, and his wife has […]

In War-Torn Ukraine, Security Film Could Save Lives

Jun 3rd, 2015

The threat of bomb blasts is real for residents of the Ukraine who live near the front lines of the conflict with Russia. A group of Canada-based volunteers, however, is giving those residents a reason to feel slightly safer with security window film. Those volunteers—firefighters from the Toronto area—arrived on the ground May 31 with 16,000 […]