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Creation has a full range of design, manufacturing, supply chain and after-market services that we tailor to suit each company or product’s unique needs.
Our focus is on building enduring relationships, and we work with companies around the world that are both recognized and emerging market leaders.
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Why A Blog?
Possibly the number one question we’re all asked as business people is, “What’s your differentiator?”
At Creation, we’ve always believed that a company is about its people.
And so our real differentiator is our team, our core values, and a culture that makes just about anything possible when it comes to finding the right solution for our customers.
A blog is the perfect way to bring together Creation’s customers and potential customers, people, friends and partners in discussion about the things we’re doing at Creation and the things that matter to us all as part of an online community.
And so we’re all teaming up to share our experiences from such topics as the art of manufacturing, lean thinking, best practices, team-building, industry and technology, wellness, recruitment and retention strategy, and leadership.
Our goal for the Creation blog is to enable us to get to know you and you, us, as people and as professionals, not just as part of an organization.
We are very interested in understanding what you’d like more information about, so please join us and share your thoughts!
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