Palmdale, CA (PRWEB) April 9, 2010
The world leading tarps manufacturer and distributor Tarps Plus gets called for earthquake and hurricane relief supplies. The U.S. tarp supplier specializes in emergency canopy shelters and supplies as well as tarps which are used for the aftermath of a hurricane or earthquake. The tarp distributor sells thousands of tarps monthly and can usually handle any natural disaster with regular hours due to massive stock and numerous facilities across the country but 2010 has officially become the year of the earthquake which has forced Tarps Plus keep operations open twenty four hours a day. Tarps Plus currently has several polyethylene tarp factories in China, Pakistan and India.
Since the beginning of the year, due to the earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, Mexico and Indonesia the factories have been making tarps every hour of the day and night. Containers of tarps leave Tarps Plus daily as they continue to distribute tarps around the world. The 2010 hurricane season has also pushed Tarps Plus to expand their tarp inventory by 40% and have plans to open additional tarp distribution centers in Long Beach California and Austin Texas.
The Colorado State University’s (CSU) Department of Atmospheric Science has issued an updated forecast of the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season. In 2010, the department predicts an above-average Atlantic hurricane season, and anticipates an above-average probability that major hurricanes will hit land in the U.S. and Caribbean. The CSU forecasts has been consistent with their annual forecasts as well as being consistent with other hurricane agency forecasts.
While earthquakes cannot be predicted it sure seems like there is a trend for 2010.