Chuck Goodrich is worried about his 2021 dollars flow.
As CEO of Indianapolis-based mostly countrywide subcontractor Gaylor Electrical, he and his staff have designed it via the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic, and have truly viewed expansion. For the year, he’s anticipating to boost his revenues by about $eighteen million, or seven%, in comparison to 2019, even however his profit margins have been squeezed by the further expenses associated with COVID-19 mitigation and retaining his 1,two hundred electricians harmless on the task.
But it’s what lies ahead in 2021 that tends to make him worried.
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