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September 24 2020

How Cotton Logistics Fits Into Your Contingency Plan

Your business plays a large role in your community’s economy and the livelihood of your workforce. During a disaster, having a contingency plan that states where you’ll store your product, where you’ll operate and manufacture, or where employees will stay, can save your business.

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August 21 2020

Converting Seawater to Potable Water

Following a wide-spread disaster, such as a hurricane, some of the most important and basic needs of a community become damaged or unattainable. One of those resources is water.

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July 27 2020

Temporary Housing and Dining Facilities for College Campuses

With school starting soon, colleges are strategizing on how to accommodate students and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. While some are considering online courses until the situation settles, others are opening their campus to a small portion of their student population in the fall semester.

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May 21 2020

State-Of-The-Art Temporary Dining Solution

Last winter, Cotton completed a state-of-the-art temporary dining facility that included all of the amenities a permanent structure would, except it also had to be demobilized in 18 months. Despite it being an active campus, the project was finished ahead of schedule and fulfilled all of the requirements set by the client, their food service provider, and the insurance company.

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March 23 2020

Emergency Support Facilities for Various Industries

Temporary facilities and remote food services are available for industries impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cotton Logistics’ deployable facilities are portable, code-compliant, and can be rapidly mobilized to help your business keep up with the demand for medical facilities, housing units, temporary office/classroom space, and remote site catering.

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