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Thriving in Any Economy

By Yale
September 26, 2012

Today’s economic seesaw still has consumers and companies in a holding pattern. “Thrifty” and “necessity” are often used watchwords that accompany any spending decision. One often overlooked way to improve your bottom line is to properly manage your materials handling equipment.

Bill Pfleger, president of Yale Distribution for Yale Materials Handling Corporation recommends 10 easy steps to improve your bottom line in any economic environment:

  • Review Maintenance Options

  • Explore Fleet Optimization

  • Utilize Telemetry Solutions to Monitor Material Handling Assets

  • Implement Fleet Management

And more…

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