by Robert Haskell
Haskell New York Inc.
announces its acceptance as a DOD
(Department of Defense) contract holder.
As an esteemed member, Haskell's products will soon appear on the DOD EMALL.
After nearly 85 years of business, the company continues to push the limits of what a small company can do.
Having survived The Great Depression, several recessions and rise of the office superstores, Haskell
still maintains its niche.
Despite tremendous challenges, how does the company survive in a world dominated by the big office supply superstores?
does not have the resources of the major players in the field, they do posses some strengths others lack.
On its flagship site, www.OfficeSalesUSA.com, Haskell also maintains a GSA Schedule and is an authorized dealer of AbilityOne/SKILCRAFT products that benefit Americans with disabilities, including those with visual impairment.
Recent approval of a DOD contract also means Haskell New York Inc.
will soon appear on the DOD EMALL.
Sharing similar values as its customers, Haskell
provides green products as well and never hesitates to recommend substitutions that are more environmentally friendly.
While the green movement may have faded somewhat due to economic concerns, some issues are just too important to ignore.
Always striving to produce the best results with its limited resources, Haskell
has even recently taken on the challenge of selling on Amazon
and continues to work hard every day to build its web presence.
Fly by night organizations may come and go, but only those that really care about their customers survive in the long run.
Now approaching its 85th year in business, Haskell New York Inc.
remains committed to the best possible pricing and services it can offer.
Although firmly committed to technology, Haskell
has not forgotten its core values and remains one of the few places where customers can still actually speak to the bosses.
Robert Haskell is a contributing author and manager of consumer affairs for http://www.officesalesusa.com and http://www.worldatfocus.com/.