Franklin, Tennessee – A recent auctioning activity organized in the community by the local auctioneers attracted Franklin Tree Service Experts . The company wanted to dispose of old types of machinery from its inventory. The auctioning activity pulled persons from various settings to at least get to buy or sell their items. The company has had stale machines, preventing the company from making new purchases. For sure, the old machines have helped the company. However, they just had to be disposed of. They were lagging field operations, and even the customers felt the machines, to an extent, compromised the operations.
“Machines are costly to purchase, maintain and even repair,” said the Franklin Tree Service Expert's procurement officer.“Ironically, with or without uninterrupted use the machines still depreciate or even get broken. Often maintenance of old machines costs the company a lot of dollars, in regards to revenue generated by such a machine. Conversely, maintenance and repairs are difficult to keep up with in a company setup. Most importantly, an old machine slows down the tree removal services and the efficiency of the tree experts is at stake.”
In the previous days, the company has also introduced an emergency tree removal team. The team aims to handle emergency tree operations on a 24/7 timeline. To catch up on the story, follow the link in the description .
The procurement officer also noted that the old machines posed a proportional danger to the tree experts. Whenever the machines were placed under use, there was a likelihood of any of them breaking down in the event of operation. The incremental damages would cost the company, and compensation for such accidents is expensive regarding the value of the worn-out machines.
“Recently, a crane cracked down while in use,” said Franklin Tree Service Experts CEO.“Unfortunately, the tree removal procedure was in a farm yard and it only damaged a few trees that were surrounding the vicinity. The company can't take its chances again with old machines while on a field operation. Remember, once bitten twice shy! And if by chance the company didn't take heed, next time things might not be promised and it might present itself with damages or injuries to the tree experts. In addition, some of the old machines like the power saws become hard to get their spare parts.”
The chief executive officer further noted that most of the first-generation machines the company was holding had become outdated. Besides, being hard to get a spare part. In some cases, the parts took too long to arrive. When spare parts wane, it renders the machines useless, which handicaps the company's tree services.
Moreover, the longevity of procuring a new spare part is overwhelming, and sadly they might never arrive in the end. Poor equipment performance, on the contrary, has attracted complaints from the customers.
It is never a good indication with such complaints, and neither does it present itself as a silver lining. Instead, it is a warning! If they decided to keep the old machines, the company was playing with fire. The best option was to dispose of the machines to achieve customer retention.
“The company has barely kept customers from whom it received complaints,” said its CEO.“The complaints were raging and the old machines only added gasoline to the fire, as a few customers are already lost. The customers worried that the machines to an extent lowered the standards of services they were enjoying. In addition, the disposal proceeds from the auctioning have not attracted much revenue. For instance, the cranes, power saws, and bucket trucks had depreciated immensely. Luckily, a bird in hand is better than two, and Franklin Tree Service Experts is currently able to procure new machines as soon as possible to advance its service delivery.”
Franklin Tree Service Experts are located at 130 Seaboard Ln, Franklin, TN 37067, united states. However, the company can be contacted at + 1 615-808-8224 or
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