Exports: `This Show Has Legs'Douglas Harbrecht
Robert T. Pando, chairman of Lynch Machinery Inc., is ecstatic. Orders for the Bainbridge (Ga.) company's picture-tube-manufacturing equipment hit more than $30 million last month. That's a record backlog for the 80-year-old outfit, which had sales of just $8 million for all of last year. The more remarkable statistic, though, is that 90% of the new orders are destined for China and other overseas customers. "This show has legs," Pando exults. "We're looking at markets that can't get televisions fast enough."
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