RANCHO VIEJO, Texas – Mike Willis, executive director of the South Texas Manufacturers Association, has given his view on how the Rio Grande Valley’s manufacturing sector coped with the coronavirus pandemic.

Willis said there were winners and losers and cited some examples. A big issue right now is overcoming supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic.

Willis provided his analysis at a recent monthly meeting of the STMA. The event was held at Rancho Viejo.

Here is an audio recording of Willis’s presentation.


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