Jacksonville, Florida-headquartered Stellar, a fully integrated firm engaged in design, engineering, construction and mechanical services for food processors, cold storage operators and other industries, has issues an e-book that focuses on recent tax reform in the United States, capital expenditures and the current state of the food industry – and what it all means for food and beverage manufacturers.
The publication, entitled “Cuts, Credits and Write-offs: How Food and Beverage Manufacturers Can Leverage the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017,” explores why now is an ideal time for these companies to invest in capital improvements.
Topics covered include:
New cost-saving provisions in the tax code
Investment tips from tax experts
Smart ways to invest in facilities for long-term growth
The fastest, most efficient approach to build a new facility or renovate an existing one
“This is truly a unique time in the food and beverage industry,” said Todd Allsup, vice president of sales for Stellar’s Food Group. “Speed-to-market is more important than ever, consumer demand is ever-evolving, mergers and acquisitions are on the rise, and disruptive innovation is changing the industry landscape.”
Stellar teamed up with the tax experts at RSM to produce the e-book. RSM US LLP is the American member of RSM International, a global network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms with more than 43,000 employees in over 120 countries.
Ranked as one of the world’s leading food processing design-build firms, Stellar has a breadth of experience in the food and beverage manufacturing industry. Among the companies it has worked with are Dannon, General Mills, Starbucks, Heinz and Kraft.
“Cuts, Credits and Write-offs: How Food and Beverage Manufacturers Can Leverage the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017,” is available to download free of charge by visiting www.stellar.net.