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Jennifer Catalan

Jennifer Catalan
Jennifer is the Digital and Creative Marketing Manager at East West Manufacturing. She loves making East West look good in the digital space! Prior to her role in Marketing, Jennifer managed the global logistics for East West.

Recent Posts

March 22, 2016

What's the Payback for Switching from Shaded Pole Motor to EC Motor?

There's been lots of buzz lately about EC motors (ECM) and why you should invest in them. But much like the switch from incandescent to CFL bulbs, some people are hesitant – they need convincing. Although their initial cost is higher, ECMs are supposedly more efficient, longer-lasting and will ultimately save you money. But what do these...

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June 11, 2015

Motors 101: How do a SP, PSC, and EC Motor Compare?

Looking to learn more about the different types of motors out there and which one may be right for your business? Here is a brief rundown on the three most popular types. 

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November 10, 2014

Looking for an East West Replacement Motor?

Do you need a replacement for an East West motor? We created this to help you determine the quickest way to find the motor replacement you're looking for. 

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December 02, 2013

East West Supply Chain Management: Who's Handling Your Cargo?

Looking at the photo on the left may bring the question to mind, "Who is handling your cargo?" If you have East West handling the logistics for your shipments, breathe a sigh of relief because we have everything covered! East West Manufacturing is your end-to-end supply chain management solution.

Our logistics department handles...

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November 01, 2012

Thoughts and Benefits of the Deepening of the Savannah Port

Yesterday's article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution (http://www.ajc.com/news/business/savannah-port-to-get-more-deepening-money-governor/nSryM/) talks about the benefits of the deepening of the Port of Savannah. While it's easy in Metro Atlanta to measure the economic impact of new football stadium, I can imagine for many in Atlanta, the...

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July 08, 2010

Is Vietnam the next China?

Not really, and that’s a good thing. It is also precisely why East West manufactures in both locales. While Vietnam enjoys certain labor and raw material cost advantages, it will likely never match China’s depth and breadth of manufacturing expertise.

China’s sheer size and 20-year head start in building an infrastructure to support its...

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