Integrity, as defined in the dictionary, means: 1. Strict personal honesty and independence. 2. The state of being unimpaired: soundness. 3. Honesty. 4.The quality of being honest and having strong principles: moral Uprightness. 5. The state of being whole and undivided.

These are traits that often seem lost in the world we now live in. In this high speed, internet of things and instant gratification world , we often forget what is important. We are always rushing to get things done, and often “forget to keep our word,” and do what we said we were going to do.

In recent years technology has forced us to change the way we conduct our businesses. In today’s wired world would it not be refreshing to deal with a company that has not lost sight of what is really important?
With our high-tech society, we have lost something. Although the Internet is a tremendous asset to communication and information gathering, it has also turned many aspects of doing business into non-personal, commodity-based relationships. Often we do not even have to meet the person on the other end of a transaction. We just post a bid and select the vendor with the lowest price!

That is not the way our company prefers to operate. Sure, we have changed with times. We have our FTP site to receive large electronic file transferal. We constantly reinvest in new technology. But, we have not lost sight of what is really important in this business or any business, for that matter: relationships, commitment to a job well done, meeting deadlines and standing behind our products. We exercise the “reasonable man theory” in everything that we do. We care about our customers and what we do for them, and we make every effort to exceed their expectations.

Perhaps that is one of the reasons we have been around for over 70 years.
Please allow us the opportunity to build a relationship with you. I am confident that once you have worked with us, you and your associates will see the difference!

After all, in the final analysis, integrity is what it is all about!

Chip Smith

President of MPI