Ranch Hand Foregoes SEMA 2020 and Continues to Utilize its Manufacturing Strength to Support COVID-19 Efforts
Ranch Hand Company Contact Information:
959 HWY 95 N, Shiner, TX 77984
Ranch Hand, a leader in the aftermarket performance industry and longtime SEMA member, has recently been utilizing its talented employees and God-given resources to help with COVID-19 relief efforts. Ranch Hand and its parent company, Kaspar Companies, have continued to meet adversity head on as they have done in the past, facing economic, cultural, and world issues much like today’s current COVID-19 pandemic.
Throughout the past two months Ranch Hand has proudly and effectively kept all our employees employed at a full-time rate while utilizing our talents to produce emergency relief cots, culture tube racks, test tube holders, IV holder/IV poles, and ventilator baskets with our sister company, Kaspar Wire Works.
Due to the current economic crisis and uncertainty in how the COVID-19 pandemic will play out for the remainder of the year, we have decided to withdraw from this year's 2020 SEMA Show, in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a company and organization that values and upholds stewardship at its highest regard, we have decided to closely monitor our budget to weather any more storms that may come our way and to keep our faithful, hardworking employees employed. This decision was not made lightly, and we will continue to always support and stand behind the SEMA Organization, while also ensuring the necessary precaution of social distancing for the health and safety of our employees.
As for today, we will continue to support pandemic-related needs in conjunction with Kaspar Wire Works and restrengthen our focus to our valued distributors, dealers, and customers, making sure their needs are met, so that their businesses will continue to prosper.
We thank you all for your support of our American-owned and operated business, and for your understanding of the decisions that we have made regarding the well-being of our entire organization.