My latest article in Fleet Management Weekly is all about one of the most important subjects related to material handling equipment: Fleet maintenance.
It’s one thing to have a checklist of normal things to take care of, like checking batteries, cables, electric wires and spark plugs for wear and corrosion; transmission fluid for appropriate level, color and odor and hoses and hydraulic valves for leaks or breaks in the sealing.
But what’s really valuable is a fleet maintenance plan – and this article provides some recommendations for developing one. Read it here:
Having and sticking to a maintenance plan not only enhances safety and productivity, but reduces costs.
If you’d like to read some of the other blogs we’ve posted on this series of articles, you can find them here:
And if you have a topic you’d like me to cover in my series of article on material handling equipment, please let me know!