In our previous post, we discussed that we have entered a new golden age for Western New York. Whether this is due to the wave of businesses relocating to the region or the efforts on the part of the local and state government to improve infrastructure, such as thruways, border crossings, and city roads, it is no doubt that we are certainly improving our way of life here in the Queen City and the surrounding area.
For this “Western New York resurgence” to be successful in every facet, all the stars must be aligned – and we’re not talking anything cosmic or divinely-infused, we’re talking about all of us working together to help the region’s economy steamroll into the future, which means we need our truck drivers, transport systems, and more. The flow of commerce and trade must be undisturbed, and it takes the efforts of various people and industries to make this a reality. In other words, without the efforts of reliable drivers like those at SPEED Global Services, such resurgence would be impossible.
Thankfully though, everyone in the region seems to be on the same page, which is very exciting. Such cooperation and economic comradery has put Buffalo in the spotlight and the city has been seeing an influx of positive press in the last few months.
Take this Albany Times Union article for example. Howard Zemsky writes, “Buffalo’s back. If you’ve been there lately, you know. As someone who’s called Buffalo home for 34 years, these are the best of times. Whether you’re talking about the economy, waterfront or downtown revitalization, private investment, exponential growth on the medical campus, transit-oriented development, start-ups, energy, optimism, national and international press coverage, it’s a welcome change.”
This is a welcome change. At SPEED Global Services, we’ve been integrated into the community for decades, so we have seen the good times and the bad times. Contrary to popular belief, the bad times haven’t been all that bad or numerous, but it’s tough to shake that Buffalo underdog mentality out of the brain. Regardless of the attitude, Buffalo’s revitalization is starkly apparent, and we are proud to assist current and future businesses in shipping and transporting their goods and services. Contact us today and let us work to keep this revitalization going.
So, how does that sound? Let us know in the comments below.