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 Arctic Cat repositioned its supply chain to better support its focus on new product development.

By Tim O’Connor

Arctic Cat’s business is partly dependent on conservation. If there are no grassy hills to jump over or snow-covered trails to sled, then there is no reason for outdoor enthusiasts to purchase its all-terrain vehicles or snowmobiles. Which is why the company is concentrating more on green procurement practices. Arctic Cat’s green procurement officers track government regulations and work with suppliers to implement more environmentally friendly practices.

Many larger suppliers already have green programs in place, but making the investment in environmental initiatives can be difficult for smaller companies that have less capital or fewer people to spearhead such efforts. “It’s more the medium and small suppliers we will help coach,” Director of Supply Chain Dave Dickirson says.


Acieta LLC gives its clients more value with its robots and added services.

By Alan Dorich

Some might fear unforeseen complications when it comes to implementing robotic technology, but Acieta LLC strives to make things simple. “We want it to be easy for customers to do business with us,” Service Manager Tim Rademaker declares.

“We simplify the process of doing business with us,” he continues. “We believe that our approach is a key differentiator from other robotic integrators.”

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