Manufacturing & Distribution
Manufacturers and distributors are constantly challenged to improve margins and boost profitability. That’s not always a simple task. You need a business advisor skilled in the intricacies of modern manufacturing and distribution management. Someone to help you meet challenges and identify new opportunities and be at your side as you build the framework to support your vision for the future.
MWE has built and maintained relationships in manufacturing and distribution businesses for more than 50 years.
When you partner with MWE, you are getting just that, partners. Partners with the experience and know-how to advise you on day-to-day operations, as well as guide you on:
- Accounting & auditing
- Buy-sell agreements
- Executive compensation planning
- International business & tax considerations
- Inventory control
- Software selection & implementation
- Supply chain management
- Tax planning
We will look at your business for ways to reduce costs and improve profits. MWE encourages a culture of sharing, which keeps us uniquely abreast of new laws, changes to existing regulations and profitable strategies in nearly every business area.
As you would expect, like any good partner, we are with you for the long haul. We believe in open and frequent communication, so we make ourselves available to address your concerns, look at new opportunities or brainstorm ideas.
manufacturing & distribution articles
business partnerships with e-commerce giants pose tax risk by Michael Barg
going mobile in the manufacturing sector by Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP
get your (inventory) act together by Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP
good economy, tax reform benefiting local food and beverage sector by Long Island Business News featuring Lance Christensen
two big tax changes will affect food-and-beverage businesses by Lance Christensen and Joseph Pizzimenti
how to trim the fat from your inventory by Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP
tax reform, Amazon will impact food biz by Long Island Business News
what to expect when you're expecting to sell a business by Raymond Chang
use tax: the cost of unintentionally saving a few dollars by Raymond Chang
so you’re considering becoming part of the e-commerce world: the first question every remote seller should ask by Joe Pizzimenti and James Graff