Smart Shops 2: Efficiency and effectiveness

Management Jason Cannon February 12, 2013

In part 2 of our sister site’s, CCJ, “Smart Shops” series, Equipment Editor Jack Roberts looks at how to start and work through the process of investing in and upgrading tools and technology.

In Part 1, which was published last week, he wrote about the benefits of investing in modern shop technology and how fleets who don’t upgrade are wasting lots of time and money and leaving themselves at a disadvantage competitively.

That article can be found by clicking here.


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