Six steps toward an effective service facility

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Updated Apr 23, 2015
One of the biggest obstacles in improving service shop productivity is building design.Bad processes can be written and improved but expanding a tiny shop is a much more challenging (and expensive) task.

Which means for service providers looking to improve the functionality of an existing location, you have to look inward.

Here are six tips for improving the space and organization of an existing service facility to improve shop productivity and profitability.

Tip 1: Dedicate (at least) one bay to diagnostics

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