For Americans factories, business is good these days. Almost too good.
Unexpectedly strong demand for furniture, appliances and other manufactured goods is providing a windfall to many of the country's industries.
But as factory gears spin faster to meet the surging demand, a big headache is emerging: Supply chains are getting stretched more than ever, and critical components are proving a lot harder to procure.
Take the word of Drew Greenblatt, the president of Marlin Steel in Baltimore.
"The economy is snapping back in a big way," Greenblatt said.