MADI has a long history of protecting companies during times
of crisis and the Coronavirus pandemic is no different.
Our employees have been tirelessly working since March to support the increased production of disinfectant wipes to ensure our workplaces and homes remain clean throughout the pandemic.
Our team of Line Techs, Maintenance and Production Associates continue to support our client, a multinational consumer goods company, so that American's have access to cleaning products as we continue to fight the spread of coronavirus.
When businesses shut down at the beginning of the pandemic and American's were stuck at home, many stayed busy with home renovation projects. As a result, hardware companies saw unexpected increases in consumer demand.
One of the world's largest hardware retail cooperatives turned to MADI to provided immediate warehouse staffing support to 9 distribution centers in 9 different states.
By working with a national crisis staffing agency like MADI, they were able to strategically deploy and relocate experienced Order Selectors and Reach Truck operators as their needs evolved throughout the course of the pandemic.
Lakeshia, Packaging Associate ▼
When an American supplier of scientific instrumentation contracted with the United States government to supply VTM for collection of COVID-19 samples, it needed to ramp up production from 50,000 units per week to 8 million per week.
The company added 120,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity, but couldn't hire 300 local personnel fast enough so they reached out to MADI for help.
Drawing from our national talent pool, we rapidly deployed 150+ production and packaging associates within a few weeks and supported their operations for 3 months until full-time employees could be hired from the local area.
COVID-19 shut down 93% of all U.S. automotive production back in March of 2020 when the pandemic began impacting American businesses and companies were trying to figure out how to operate their plants safely.
Once major automakers and suppliers restarted production, many scrambled to bring back full-time employees and local temps due to the historic shift in the labor market.
Automotive suppliers from Missouri, to Michigan and Georgia began reaching out to MADI to quickly deploy Assemblers, Machine Operators and other types of manufacturing labor to help get production back up and running at their plants.
Sheronica, Production Associate ▼
Whatever the new normal looks like in 2021,
MADI will be here to support you and your business.