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What happens when a vital piece of equipment breaks down?  Panic?  Productions slows or comes to a complete stop?

Just like our vehicle that gets us to work, there is a natural tendency to assume our equipment will always be in good working condition.  While there are a laundry list of reasons why our lift equipment can stop working, there is something we can do to help prevent that from happening.

Regular preventative maintenance (PM) on lift equipment is a low cost expense with the absolute potential to save money via down time.  With capable mechanics regularly inspecting one or a fleet of forklifts, a company can lower the probability that there will a stop in production, and in turn, keep customers happy.


Other benefits from regular preventive maintenance include a snap shot of the forklift fleet.  This can help better budget for future expenditures on lift equipment and repairs.  A competent forklift mechanic should be informing the customer of repairs that are priority and others that the customer needs to be aware of.  OSHA also requires certain aspects of the lift equipment to be in good working condition.  Teaming up with a Forklift Service Company can help you stay compliant.

A PM is more than an oil and filter change (on an internal combustion lift).  It is an opportunity for the service provider and the customer to work together to turn potential downtime into more constant uptime.

If you wish to learn more about what you can do to save your company money and downtime, please contact CFE Equipment.

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