Mazon Associates serves clients in diverse industries. We factor B2B companies – those businesses who sell or deliver products and services to other businesses. We don’t work with companies who sell directly to consumers such as retailers or physicians.
We serve the following industries:
- Computer Software and Services
- Distribution Services
- Electrical Equipment
- Food Processing
- Furniture & Home Furnishings
- Metal Fabrication
- Oilfield Services and Equipment
- Oil and Gas Distribution
- Pallet Manufacturing
- Printing Services
- Recycling and Waste Management
- Telecom Equipment
- Temporary Staffing
- Wireless Networking
Apparel Industry: Apparel companies design and sell clothing, footwear and accessories to retailers, including department stores, specialty shops and discounters. Often, a client owns licenses to manufacture goods under particular brand names, and will market and advertise these lines. Retailers stock up on merchandise before shoppers hit the stores during the peak back-to-school and holiday periods.
Computer Software & Services: The computer software and services industry includes a broad range of companies, offering a wide range of products and services, spanning personal computer operating systems and office productivity suites to network security applications to payroll processing services to information technology consulting and outsourcing services.
Electrical Equipment: The electrical equipment industry consists of companies that make a range of products for a diverse customer base. Products include electrical motors, commercial and industrial lighting fixtures, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and components, and, among others, electrical power equipment.
Food Processing: Companies generate revenue from the sale of food and ingredients to a whole host of customers, ranging from supermarket chains and local bodegas to restaurants and other players further down the processing chain.
Furniture & Home Furnishings: Businesses that manufacture and sell furniture, textiles and related goods to residences, offices, hotels and others in the commercial space. Offerings include upholstery, case goods, bedding, seating, hearth products and fabrics.
Metal Fabrication: These are producers of materials and components used by a variety of manufacturers. Many of these products are highly cyclical. End customers reside in the auto, residential and commercial construction, mining, energy, aerospace, and general industrial.
Oilfield Services and Equipment: Companies in this industry are of two main types: those that rent drilling rigs and those that provide the various services required to evaluate, construct, and maintain oil and gas wells. The top service and equipment providers offer the broadest array of services. Smaller players usually focus on a market niche.
Staffing Agencies: Staffing firms hire their own employees and assign them to support or supplement a client’s workforce in situations involving employee absences, temporary skill shortages, seasonal workloads, and special projects. Temporary jobs can also lead to permanent placements.
Telecom Equipment: Telecommunications equipment companies produce products that include wireless and landline infrastructure equipment, as well as components for phone systems, and networking. The industry’s customer base is highly diversified, including multi-national corporations, telephone companies, governments, universities, institutions, commercial businesses and consumers.
Transportation: Transportation companies provide shipping and delivery services to customers. Most of these companies own and operate the vehicles in their fleets, though some do rely on leasing.
Wireless Networking: Wireless networking companies facilitate mobile communications and data management. They develop software, manufacture devices and equipment, build infrastructure, and provide services to the wireless sector.