When the wind and waves from Superstorm Sandy crashed along the East Coast's Atlantic shores, the electric utilities' supply chain of workers, materials and supplies experienced enormous strain. Without hesitation, vendor partners and service providers ramped up to meet the need. Working together, the industry persevered. In the days prior to the superstorm's landfall, manufacturers, contractors, tree trimmers, electric utility workers and suppliers geared up for the storm. ...

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