And you get one big failure. Under capitalized in a capital intensive industry. In order to survive would require huge investments to change product mix to products more in demand. Packaging, tissue, and dissolving pulp come to mind, but any of these conversions would require capital dollars and expertise in the new markets which this company lacks.
Home Depot's supply chain going to take a big hit with the west coast port shutdown. They only carry China made tools which are junk. I noticed my local Agway store had many quality USA made tools alongside the cheap Asian stuff. Why can't HD offer consumers a choice of better quality tools or the cheaper tools?. I for one would be willing to pay a little more for a tool that gets the job done and will last a lifetime.