We're pretty much at a critical point. We really haven't brought a whole lot of steel in, yet we've paid probably over a quarter of a million dollars in tariffs just in these three months alone.
The problem is that a lot of our customers rely on that steel base. As I said before, they have contracts with the big OEMs. They have to finish producing parts, and they're sort of in the middle. We've been able to manage to pass on....
We've been working closely with government to try to work, again, as I said, within the guidelines. We worked with the duty drawbacks first, as it seemed to be the easiest one. We're working now with the remissions. They're all relying on us. I get calls every day to ask where we are and how are we addressing this. Our customers are probably feeling it the worst.
Again, our company is lucky enough that our reputation is to have inventory. We have a lot of inventory on the floor.