“With the safety and security of our employees our No. 1 priority, AccuWeather’s early storm detection allows us to be more proactive with our work force and business operations,” said Rick Puckett, Ford director, corporate safety, in a press release.
You know a company does an extraordinary job for its clients when the the client boasts about its relationship with a vendor. AccuWeather has been the beneficiary of two such "boasts" in just the last six months!
Many of you have seen this commercial by Microsoft about its relationship with AccuWeather as well as similarly-themed ads in airports across the world and other in other venues.
Last week, Ford Motor Company issued a release about its relationship with AccuWeather. Here is a portion of an article from the Kansas City Star, localized for the Ford factory in their area:
The entire article is here.
You might wonder how we provide these life-saving services. Here's a story from October 15: A BNSF freight slips past the San Andreas Fault as it heads toward Barstow. In the background is a picturesque
|Radar of the above thunderstorm at the time the warning was being issued.|
The road was closed six days. The track was opened in just 36-hours. The full story is here.
Weather costs the U.S. economy nearly $500 billion each year. If your business is affected by weather -- and, most are -- contact Sales@AccuWeather.com . We'll help you save people, property and profits.