Projects get delayed for a lot of reasons. What one needs to realize is that a contract with Leininger is really an agreement to sell the buyer a block of time that everyone agrees on. In order to hit the agreed finish date, all information has to be at hand when we start. Otherwise, our production process stops and starts which costs us money. If a job backs up or stops for any reason, we may have no other work scheduled for that time so our plant and production stops.

Meanwhile, the held up job resurfaces a month later when we have other work scheduled for clients who are on time with all their information. Then we are faced with having to produce two (or more) jobs at once. That involves unplanned for overtime and cost over runs. We always try our best to accommodate everyone, but if we have no control over the data we need to do your work, delays will happen.