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There are some distinct advantages to not being the biggestplayer in the . "We'd rather be the best thanthe biggest," says Rodney S. Belden, president of O.E. MeyerCo. in Sandusky, . The 115-employee company suppliesoxygen-related products to the welding supply and health-caremarkets and, with annual sales of $25 million, competessuccessfully against much larger companies.

What's more important than size, Belden believes, is acompany's ability to serve its customers and make a profit.Often, staying small makes it easier to manage your , reactto market fluctuations and focus on the bottom line. You can be arespected leader in a market without being a giant, Beldensays.

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