A job that will keep you in the job title for a few years but also keep you employed isn’t what you want to hear.
If you want a full-time, long-term job, though, then you should consider plumbing supply business journeyman plumbing supply.
The company, which supplies plumbing and other products to a broad swath of industries, has expanded in recent years from a small supplier of plumbing fixtures and fixtures for home repairs to a larger provider of plumbing supplies.
The new focus on product development has made it the preferred choice of thousands of plumbing technicians in areas ranging from residential plumbing to office and industrial.
Journeyman plumbing is the only business that offers plumbing supply that doesn’t have to pay union dues.
This means it’s cheap to hire, low-cost to maintain and is an excellent fit for those who are interested in being employed, said Mike Pomerantz, vice president of sales and marketing at Journeyman plumbing.
Journeyman offers a number of products and services to businesses and individuals.
The most popular is its line of plumbing and faucet accessories.
Journeymen also offers its plumbing and pipe products through its wholesale network, which is made up of many smaller, independent plumbing supply companies that are independent of Journeyman.
Pomerantz said Journeyman has made a good impression in the plumbing supply space.
Journeyer’s pricing is very competitive, he said.
It’s cheaper than a lot of the other competitors.
“It’s a good deal for plumbing supplies and a good value for the price,” he said of Journeymen.
For most businesses, the biggest barrier to hiring Journeyman is the cost.
The average annual cost for Journeyman pipes and fittings is $3,000, according to Pomeranz.
Journeymans prices are comparable to other major plumbing supply brands, such as Home Depot.
There are other reasons to consider Journeyman, including its ability to supply its customers with plumbing equipment that is compatible with different applications and to make it easier to get new equipment and fixtures made, said Eric Ponce, an associate professor of engineering and of mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
It is not uncommon for people to have to buy more than one piece of equipment, he added.
Journey, in particular, has had an uptick in its sales.
It is the second largest distributor of plumbing equipment in the United States, behind Lowe’s, according the American Association of Installation Engineers.
Journey also offers plumbing products through a variety of third-party suppliers, and Pomerants said Journey also has been a supplier of equipment for some other companies.
Journey provides service centers for the construction and landscaping industries, Pomerantes said.
The company has about 50 employees, Ponce said.
The majority of Journey’s sales come from the third-parties, he noted.
Journey can also be found on the Amazon.com site, where it sells supplies from other brands.
Journey has been praised for the quality of its products.
According to Journey, its sales have increased by 50% in the past year, and the company plans to increase that pace over the next year.
Journey is a relatively new company and is looking to build its brand with a strong year, Perez said.
Journeys goal is to double its sales by the end of 2019.
Pomerant said Journey has an opportunity to grow its customer base by reaching new customers.
Journey plans to focus on a range of businesses, including small businesses, and also on building relationships with other manufacturers and suppliers, he explained.
Journey may also be looking to expand into other areas.
Perezes plans to expand Journey’s business into an information technology company.
Journey would like to become an integrated company, Piers said.
“If Journey were to acquire an IT business, it would provide a whole new set of products that it is capable of offering to the industry.”
Journey would also like to build partnerships with companies that manufacture plumbing fixtures, Pears said.
For example, Journey has partnerships with manufacturers of plumbing accessories that are able to supply plumbing supplies for a variety, and are also able to make them in-house, he suggested.
Pears believes Journey is on the right track and that Journey could expand quickly.
Journey does not plan to raise money through the IPO.
Permanantz said that Journey is looking for investment capital to grow and that he expects to see the company’s stock rise to $5,000 per share.
Journey intends to go public by the second quarter of 2019, he estimated.
Posted by John Fung at December 07, 2018 09:50:00