Click to go to the I-D Home Page INSPIRED DISTRIBUTING Inc.
Incorporated in Delaware
 
12539 So. Loomis, Calumet Park, IL 60827
Phone: (708) 466-3844 Fax: (360) 248-6360
E-mail: I-D@cccinc-7candlesticks.org
 
Managing and Marketing Efficiency Technologies
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Distributor for:
 
Inspired IT Services
   software
 
Maxilube
   Anti-Friction
   Metal Treatment
   (grease and
   lubricants)
 
DFT
   Fuel treatment
Charlene Begley
President and CEO
GE Transportation Systems
Erie, PA
Nov 2003
 
Full Value for Customer/End-Users
 
Current technology in the marketplace offers your company and other like manufacturers the
opportunity to extend the life of most moving parts from 50-100%, thereby giving your customers
and/or end-users full value products.
 
Current complacency and greed are costing end-users more than needed when amortizing over
the existing life of their machinery, risking your company's long term viability.
 
Current global trends are forcing U.S. manufacturers to explore every conceivable option to
maximize profit for themselves, but fail to heed basic business principles in offering true service and
full value to their customers and/or end-users to succeed. Likewise, your company needs to show
corporate leadership by avoiding-eliminating waste oil (Zero Waste Management), together with
educating consumers to save $ thousands in oil changes; again, to succeed.
 
Please carefully note our correspondence to Timken Co. and The Wall Street Journal from Oct 13th '03
concerning research to be done on Inspired Distributing Inc. products.
 
Thank You for your time and effort concerning this matter.
 
Sincerely,
 
Alexander Poole
President
 
Please note:
Full Value Products, Corporate Leadership, and Responsible Manufacturing:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Preview/Full_Value_Products.html
 
Inspired Distributing/Maxilube Anti-Friction Metal Treatment Product Information Packet:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/
 
[original as sent, click here for printable version]
 
Inspired Distributing Inc. is a subsidiary of Christian Community Companies Inc.,
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Full Value Products, Corporate Leadership,
and Responsible Manufacturing
eliminate greed, planned obsolescence, and waste in the marketplace.
 

 

 


 

 

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Managing and Marketing Efficiency Technologies
 

DFT Advantages
 
Diesels using DFT
 
DFT was originally developed for diesel engines* to clean the injection system,
to burn off carbon residue, to enhance lubricity, all of which
increases mileage, reduces maintenance, and ensures engine longevity.
 
Consequently, DFT for diesels is essential for cost conscience users of
Agricultural, Construction, and Transportation equipment.
 

 
 
 
* DFT is equally advantageous for gasoline engines.
 
Informed Buyers Witness Maxilube Advantages
 

 
Diesel engine manufacturers information file:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/
 
Superior air and oil filtration for Diesels:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/ID_Presentations/ID-JLG.html#Lasky
 
 
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Incorporated in Delaware
 
12539 So. Loomis, Calumet Park, IL 60827
Phone: (708) 466-3844 Fax: (360) 248-6360
E-mail: I-D@cccinc-7candlesticks.org
 
Managing and Marketing Efficiency Technologies
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Distributor for:
 
Inspired IT Services
   software
 
Maxilube
   Anti-Friction
   Metal Treatment
   (grease and
   lubricants)
 
DFT
   Fuel treatment
Matthew K. Rose
Chairman, President, and CEO
Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Co.
Fort Worth, TX
Dec 2003
 
Full Value Machinery
that lasts years longer and needs fewer to nil oil changes
 
Your company is yet to benefit from Responsible Manufacturers
that offer Full Value Products using existing technology that has
been ignored, due to the prevalence of evil planned obsolescence.
 
Your company is yet to benefit from a simple integrated system
that combines anti-friction metal treatment*, fuel system cleaner,
superior air + oil filtration and synthetic oil to eliminate oil changes!
 
Your company is yet to benefit from true ethics in the
marketplace or full moral behavior by suppliers fully [100%]
committed to product development co-operation + education.
 
Thank You for your time and effort concerning this matter.
 
Sincerely,
 
Alexander Poole
President
 
*Save your curved Rails [#1 asset], up to 90% reduction in wear.  
 
[original as sent, click here for printable version]
 
Inspired Distributing Inc. is a subsidiary of Christian Community Companies Inc.,
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Matthew K. Rose
Chairman, President, and CEO
Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Co.
Fort Worth, TX
Dec 2003
 
 
Page 2
 
ID 's full integrated system for railway companies can  
save curved rail sections from extensive wear and buckling  
that will result in fewer derailments and save lives.  
 
Please note:
See full BNSF file:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/ID_Presentations/
 
Timken Company file:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/ID_Presentations/
 
GE Transportation Systems file:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/ID_Presentations/
 
Full Value Products, Corporate Leadership, and Responsible Manufacturing:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Preview/Full_Value_Products.html
 
Inspired Distributing/Maxilube Anti-Friction Metal Treatment Product Information Packet:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/
 

 
Inspired Distributing Inc. is a subsidiary of Christian Community Companies Inc.,
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Preview/CompaniesHP.html

 
 
To: Erik Paulhardt
From: Alex Poole
Date: Monday, October 13, 2003 15:20:30
Subject: Full Customer Value
 
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Timken Co.,
Canton, Ohio.
 
Mr. Erik Paulhardt,
General Sales Manager
for industrial equipment
Oct 2003
Full Customer Value
 
Your company's approach to integrated systems, or bundling, to add value for your customers
can also be seen as first steps against planned obsolescence, which is due to greed.
 
Your company is right to offer customers true value to extend the life of machinery, whether
a $30,000 vehicle or a $million locomotive, through meeting end-user economies to fight evil P.O.
 
Your company's next steps to produce the leading, new world standard, or even the "Rolls-Royce"
of all bearings can be achieved by maximizing the efficiency of the lubricant used in your bearings.
 
Your company's research engineers need to test and evaluate the marketplace's leading lubricant
additive and grease to appreciate its incredible anti-friction and anti-heat qualities. By so doing,
your company will effect Full Customer Value.
 
Please allow us to forward some testing samples.
 
Please confirm the name and address of your leading research engineer enabling us to mail samples.
 
Thank you for your time and effort concerning this matter.
 
Sincerely,
 
Alex Poole
President
 
Managing and Marketing Efficiency Technologies
 
Inspired Distributing Inc. is a subsidiary of Christian Community Companies Inc.,
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Preview/CompaniesHP.html

 
This e-mail was also sent to:
Mark Esposito
see Timken file:
http://www.cccinc-7candlesticks.org/Bus_sub/ID_Presentations/
 
 
To: James Pensiero
From: Alex Poole
Date: Monday, October 13, 2003 14:57:53
Subject: Battling Imports
 
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Wall Street Journal
New York
 
Mr. F. James Pensiero
Oct 2003
 
The Bundling article in WSJ Oct7th 2003 as part of "Battling Imports" by Carlos Tejada
offers an obscure or underlying theme that US businesses, in particular manufacturers,
must now face to remain competitive - VALUE.
 
Timken is offering added value to their product line through combining or bundling
added products or added services to create integrated systems.
 
This added value is the essential first step to counter or fight against the curse-greed of
planned obsolescence, which is too prevalent in today's inefficient manufacturing and economy.
 
Timken's long term viability, rather than short term sales, demands it address changing technology
to continue adding true value and to remain ahead of the competition. US businesses and all
manufacturers must eliminate planned obsolescence.
 
Robert Bristow
Chicago, IL.
 
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This e-mail was also sent to:
Philip Revzin
Carlos Tejada
 
 
 
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Full Value Products
 
GOD-given free enterprises, partially practiced for
centuries in the marketplace, are being forced to
change to customer driven entities that each offer
products and/or services with full value to remain viable.
 
GOD-given free enterprises practice "free competition or voluntary
co-operation resulting in the greatest possible total of
benefits for all who participate" to ensure business viability
and full or maximum value for customers/end-users globally.
 
GOD-given free enterprises practice true ethics in pursuing maximum
efficiency, quality, value for all products and services offered
in the marketplace to eliminate greed, planned obsolescence,
waste in design, supply chain, manufacturing and delivery.
 
The above quote is from www.aier.org June 2003 in Col. Harwood's
essay: Free Competition Is Voluntary Co-operation.
 
Note The New York Times Magazine Oct. 12, 2003 article on farm policy
wherein Michael Pollan relates American obesity to the immoral,
wasteful farm subsidies that produce "unneeded food," and is destroying
third-world farmers by dumping cheap American grain on the global market.
 
Also note Forbes' Oct. 13, 2003 article on IBM wherein IBM showed a savings of
$3 billion from waste in their supply chain, yet still only aspires to
be a customer oriented entity...a hundred miles from truly customer driven.
 
 
 
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The following is excerpted from "Free Competition Is Voluntary Cooperation"
Published by American Institute for Economic Research - June 2003
 

If now we enlarge our viewpoint, so that instead of considering only a few individuals, we regard the social group in its entirety, free competition is seen to be that situation in which men are voluntarily cooperating. All of the group, by purchasing what they prefer, encourage those best qualified to provide the desired economic things including services. Each of the group who is offering things in the markets voluntarily seeks to cooperate by performing in that economic role where he can most effectively serve his fellows and thereby maximize his own reward in the marketplace.

In practical effect, under perfectly free competition, producers cooperate with consumers by endeavoring to provide the best of whatever is desired at the least cost. Thus "competition" and "cooperation" become, under such conditions, merely different labels for the same highly efficient economic behavior.
 
Also important in this connection is the fact that the economic behavior we label "free competition" or "voluntary cooperation" results in the greatest possible total of benefits for all who participate.

 
The following is excerpted from "The (Argi)Cultural Contradictions of Obesity"
by Michael Pollan - The New York Times Magazine - October 12, 2003
 

The rules of classical economics just don't seem to operate very well on the farm. When prices fall, for example, it would make sense for farmers to cut back on production, shrinking the supply of food to drive up its price. But in reality, farmers do precisely the opposite, planting and harvesting more food to keep their total income from falling, a practice that of course depresses prices even further. What's rational for the individual farmer is disastrous for farmers as a group. Add to this logic the constant stream of improvements in agricultural technology (mechanization, hybrid seed, agrochemicals and now genetically modified crops -- innovations all eagerly seized on by farmers hoping to stay one step ahead of falling prices by boosting yield), and you have a sure-fire recipe for overproduction -- another word for way too much food.

All this would be bag enough if the government weren't doing its best to make matters even worse, by recklessly encouraging farmers to produce even more unneeded food. Absurdly, while one hand of the federal government is campaigning against the epidemic of obesity, the other hand is actually subsidizing it, by writing farmers a check for every bushel of corn they can grow. We have been hearing a lot lately about how our agricultural policy is undermining our foreign-policy goals, forcing third-world farmers to compete against a flood tide of cheap American grain. Well, those same policies are also undermining our public health goals by loosing a tide of cheap calories at home.

 
The following is excerpted from "Back on the Chain Gang"
by Daniel Lyons - Forbes - October 13, 2003
 

Palmisano has made Moffat the supply-chain czar, ruling Integrated Supply Chain (ISC), IBM's fourth-largest division, with 19,000 employees and a $40 billion purchasing budget.
 
The future, as Moffat sees it, won't be so much a battle among companies as one among supply chains.

If you are not part of this world, you need to know something about the lingo. The "chain" in question stretches all the way from the raw materials at one end of a manufacturing operation to the customer's inventory at the other. In its broadest sense, it includes distribution and logistics; in its grandest aspirations, it contemplates having a customer's order trigger an instantaneous response in every ingredient.

 
 
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Corporate Leadership
for full sustainable growth and consumer education
 
GOD-given free enterprises employ the latest technology to conserve
resources, offer full value products and services, eliminate waste
just to begin sustainable growth, as practiced by 3M for a
quarter century to save $857 million and avoid waste fees + fines.
 
GOD-given free enterprises evaluate and study their complete-full
supply chains; whether energy, components, methods, etc., to ascertain
and manage the fine balance of sustainable growth along
with being responsible for the environment and social needs.
 
GOD-given free enterprises are responsible for educating consumers
in relevant applications to effect the maximum environmental
benefits and minimized social disruptions to meet the highest ethical
standard and be qualified as having moral marketplace behaviour.
 
Refer to Nature Conservancy - Nature.org Winter 2002 article,
"the bottom line redefined"
for details on 3M and see attached excerpts.
 
Also see Financial Times report Oct16th 2003 on Sustainability
www.ft.com/susbusiness2003/
particularly Encouraging Green Consumerism/sustainable consumption.
 
Note Moral Instruction and Moral Culture attached for
GOD's standard.
 
Also note the Economist Oct25th 2003 article qualifying
Corporate Leadership
wherein the 1st commandment for successful leaders is an ethical compass.
 
 
 
GOD Commands us to Save the Environment
 
The following was excerpted from "The bottom line redefined"
by Katherine Ellison - Nature Conservancy / Nature.org / Winter 2002
 

    "Sustainable" is today's most fashionable way to describe firms once called "green." But it means much more than environmental awareness. It derives from the general concept of "sustainable development," formally defined in the 1987 report of the United Nations-sponsored World Commission on Environment and Development as meeting present needs "without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
 
    Today the idea of corporate sustainability encompasses everything from a firm's resource use and waste disposal to its treatment of its work force.
 
    Smart corporate managers are also starting to pay more attention to growing public concern about the deepening global crisis of environmental devastation and povery, say Dixon and others.

A firm that tries to address these problems, instead of ignoring or exploiting them, may win more loyal customers, more motivated workers and even more eager investors, they contend. This is especially true in the Internet Age, when the breadth and speed of information is constantly increasing, making a company's moral behavior a factor in its very survival.
 
    Many companies are winning accolades for good behavior, from DuPont's huge investments to cut back its greenhouse gas emissions to Starbucks' efforts to pay coffee farmers enough to help them stay in business.
 
    "More than 100 studies in the last 10 years point to a relationship between environmental and social conduct and financial performance," says Innovest's Dixon. "Companies that do better on these issues do better financially, as a rule. It's really a proxy for good management."

 
Nature Conservancy, back page Winter 2003
 
 
"For 52 years, The Nature Conservancy has raced against time to preserve the diversity
of life on Earth. That's why we make every second count. We use science-based
plans and innovative tools, to protect our natural world for future generations."
 
The Nature Conservancy group of people needs to apply more
stringent accounting practices-reporting, ethical-unbiased
business-friendly programs and promote-share existing
technology that eliminates machinery waste efficiently.

 
Natural Resources Defense Council equally needs to change its anti-business politics and promote development with environmental policies that advance a globlal balance for better living and environmental safeguards.

 
 
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Moral Instruction
Part 1
 
GOD gave Adam a clear command in Gen2:17; 3:3, a basic moral instruction,
which he disobeyed and immediately lost his innocence, so feared + hid from GOD 3:6-10.
 
GOD made man to be the only earthly creature with a moral consciousness and with a
living soul, but due to Adam Ps51:5 both are corrupted and are separate from Him.
 
GOD the Son, Jesus Christ, is the access, door, way back to join Him in holy union,
thru obedient faith into full fire baptism, circumcision, refining, washing by Him.
 
 
GOD the Word, Jesus Jn1, gives moral instruction to all, His commands to believers, then
tests our moral consciousness (conscience), either accusing or excusing (convict or peace).
 
GOD desires all believers obey His law (moral instruction) into repentance 2Pet3:9, till we
grow into a "pure conscience" 1Tim3:9 2Tim1:3, "toward GOD" 1Pet2:19; 3:16,21 forever.
 
GOD does not condemn or convict those believers who obey His voice, leading a few
into Spirit union Acts23:1; 24:16 Rom9:1 2Cor1:1,12 Heb9:8-14; 10:19-22; 12:22,23 forever.
 
GOD clearly uses our conscience to prod us into His will, but never forces us, tho always
tests our response till very few believers copy the Christ 100% Mat26:37-44 1Jn2:6.
 

 
Note: 
Most believers ignore His voice - ignore the conscience thru the
deceit of common, everyday sin
, so have hardened hearts, even
claiming to be right with GOD (happy in sin) Heb3:7-13 Mat13:41,42,49,50.
 
 
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Moral Culture
 
GOD created man Gen1:27 to live a moral, abundant lifestyle, but man
totally rejected the Father's sovereignty, so man was cast out of His presence
to be with his own Gen3, also losing the Father's nature, qualities, virtues.
 
GOD effected a partial transformation-union for His chosen-elect prior to Acts2
who lived in obedient faith according to Gen17 Deut10:16; 30:6 Job1; 2 into
Ex20 Deut5; 11:1,26-28 which became His precept of/for a partial moral culture.
 
GOD in flesh, Jesus, opened the door to full truth + wisdom from the Father
that thru obedient faith man may be freed of sin Rom6 into 1Jn3-5 to enter
His presence 2Pet1:4,11 Col2:9-14 Heb3:6-4:11; 12:22,23 Eph2:6,18; 3:12; 5.
 
GOD effects a full transformation-union thru Acts14:22 Job33 into full grace
Jn1:14,17 Rom5:2,17 Eph4:7, the veil being the access Heb8:2; 9:3; 10:19-22 into
the Father's nature, qualities, virtues Mat5:48 to 100% free for His holy culture.
 
GOD's moral culture is literally His express nature flowing thru sin free subjects,
those in union with Him, trained by His Spirit to create, perform, produce works
worthy of perfect harmony, peace, unity all in accordance with His freedom precepts.
 
GOD's moral culture flows from truth + wisdom of the Father beginning at the
anointed Jn14 level that His partial virtues begin to glorify His name and
move man into the true light, away from the dark works of this fallen world.
 
GOD's moral culture flows from His love in offering the Son Is9:6 Jn3:16; 10:9,10
leading to abundance Ps66:8-12, in offering the true Light Jn1 for washing 1Jn1:7,
to grow into Light, Him, Truth, Wisdom, to do the true works of His light.
 
Note: GOD is proving Democracy Matters.    Democratic Culture
 
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[against His culture] [Freedom's Way]
 
[evil men appease terror]
 
 
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True Value Machinery
from Responsible Manufacturers

 
Responsible Manufacturers adhere to basic business principles
in offering true service and full value, 100% contrary to most
US manufacturers who practice greed, planned obsolescence + waste.
 
Responsible Manufacturers employ the latest technology to extend
the life of machinery, practice voluntary co-operation for full
or maximum customer satisfaction, and pursue full marketplace potential.
 
Responsible Manufacturers are active in conservation of resources,
in eliminating waste, in establishing innovative technology quickly,
in full service-value education, in moral behaviour, to be Responsible.
 
 
 
Note the WSJ article Nov 5th '03 wherein Toyota "is built
on a relentless drive to eliminate waste," but is yet
to help customers avoid oil changes to save $ thousands,
along with conserving resources and truly eliminating waste.
 
 
Also note the IBD article Nov 5th '03 "Innovate or Die," but
in particular its companion article wherein most shun innovation
and then "few companies ever grow successfully, repeatedly" long term.
 
The IBD's regular Leaders + Success articles include one
describing Heinz "57" wherein Henry was innovative along with
having his customers educated about the products, providing
"generous free samples and convincing money-back guarantees."
 
 
The following excerpt is from "Japan's Cost Cutter: Ministry of Toyota"
by Todd Zaun - The Wall Street Journal - Sunday, October 5, 2003.
 

    TOKYO -- Japan has developed a technology to control runaway government spending. It is called Toyota.
 
    The auto maker is leading a remarkable public-private partnership created to manage the construction of an international airport outside the nation's fourth-largest city, Nagoya. The partly completed Central Japan International Airport is a feat of engineering, built on an artificial island in Ise Bay and connected to Nagoya by a high-speed rail link and highway.
 
    Even more striking, it is on track to become that rare major public-works project in Japan: completed on time and under budget. If it succeeds, it could serve as a template for future projects, keeping them efficient and affordable.

Japan's outstanding general government debt has ballooned to 150% of gross domestic product, by far the biggest proportion in the Group of Seven wealthy nations.
 
    Toyota Motor Corp., together with a group of Japanese companies, is putting up half of the money to build the airport--and lending its management expertise to make sure the funds are well spent. Toyota's vehicle-production system is built on a relentless drive to eliminate waste and make continuous small improvements to cut costs, and these lessons are being applied to trim construction costs and make the airport competitive with others in Japan.

 
The following excerpt is from "Taking on Disruptive Technology"
by Brian Deagon - Investor's Business Daily - Wednesday, November 5, 2003.
 

"The data suggest that few companies ever grow successfully and repeatedly over long periods..."
 
Most Firms Can't Adapt
 
IBD: Is disruptive innovation like a torpedo?
Raynor: The history of disruption is not so much a story of people getting steamrolled by something they never saw. It's rather an issue of getting steamrolled by something they have watched all along and had convinced themselves was irrelevant. Once they realized it was relevant, it was too late. Western Union was once offered an opportunity to exploit the Bell telephone patents. They turned it down because they thought phone service would be useless.

IBD: Why are most companies unable to sustain stable growth for long?
Raynor: As Clayton Christensen said in "The Innovator's Dilemma," if you only serve your best customers well, you are doomed to fail. The things that enable a company to be successful can make them structurally incapable of exploring new disruptive growth opportunities. If you pursue only a sustaining trajectory, eventually and inevitably you will run out of steam. Therefore, sustained profitable growth must lie in the ability to repeatedly launch disruptive innovations.

 
The following excerpt is from "Henry J. Heinz's Secret Sauce"
by Michael Mink - Investor's Business Daily - Friday, November 7, 2003.
 

For Henry J. Heinz, the recipe for business excellence was rooted in its simplicity.
 
"To do a common thing uncommonly well brings success," he said. Another of his credos echoed the same sentiments: "Quality is to a product what character is to a man."
 
Heinz didn't start out to become rich. He said his success in life was due to the "moral and business qualities" he learned from his mother.

"Anna Heinz was strong on passages memorized from the Bible and on the character-building qualities of the precepts she drilled into her (eight children). Her favorites were 'Do all the good you can; do not live for yourself,' 'Do not aim to be rich, for riches never come that way,' 'Always remember to place yourself in the other person's shoes,' " wrote Robert Alberts in "The Good Provider: H.J. Heinz and his 57 Varieties."

 
 
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Dear Mr. Crawford,
Oct 2003
Maxilube Marketing
 
GOD impressed upon us the enormous potential for Maxilube which we believe is His instrument, through you, to:
 
a) divide and separate those manufacturers that pursue planned obsolescence from those willing to follow higher ethical methods;
 
b) draw forth and prosper the latter group to be part of the Messiah's end-time network of companies under His rule to advance His kingdom, for His glory;
 
c) witness His kingdom principles in-house and through every business contact globally that His gospel be lived, manifested, taught, Acts5:42, in the marketplace.
 
GOD impressed upon us, 6-9 months ago, to pray for Him to show us how to penetrate the manufacturing base of those pursuing evil P.O. and establish a consumer or end-user demand for value based manufacturing.
 
GOD has obviously used WSJ to identify Timken's position in the marketplace, its pressing needs to stay viable for the long term, its adaptability to change to counter global competition and its drive to add value to products through simple technology along with integrating (bundling) systems.
 
GOD is having us present an answer to their need for long term viability, to their drive for added value, and to challenge their ethical behavior concerning pursuing or fighting evil P.O.; along with a clear challenge to manufacture the best bearings ever.
 
GOD is also having us contact Caterpillar and other likely Timken customers with the view to generating a solid customer/end-user demand for true value, longer life bearings based on Maxilube advantages.
 
Sincerely,
 
Alex Poole

And daily in the temple, and in every house, they did not cease teaching and preaching Jesus as the Christ.

Acts5:42
 
 
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