Five Tips for Lowering Your Heavy Equipment Costs

Written by Wall Street News on June 17th, 2016. Posted in Cat hydraulic hoses, Hardox steel plate, Industrial engine cylinders


Generally, the cost of maintaining all of the heavy equipment components is the most expensive line item in a business’s operations budget. Just acquiring the machines themselves is often the biggest capitol investment a company has to make. On top of that, replacing the parts that take the most wear and tear (such as heavy equipment hydraulic cylinders, bucket pins, and cutting edges) can put an incredible strain on an operations budget, but not making these necessary repairs is not an option as a business is only as strong at its weakest heavy equipment component. While the nature of every business and heavy equipment part is different, there are some tricks of th

If a Whole is the Sum of its Parts, Shouldn’t Those Parts be the Best They Can be?

Written by Wall Street News on March 20th, 2016. Posted in Industrial engine cylinders, Komatsu equipment repair, Komatsu heavy equipment

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The business of construction is all about man and machine power. These are the things that build cities, bridges, and give contemporary society the solid foundation it needs to keep standing. Literally. So it stands to reason, then, that if you own heavy equipment or are a part of this massive industry, you want to make sure that the things you’re building are going to last for a long time. But beyond that, you need to make sure that the equipment you’re using lasts just as long!

In 2015, the global construction equipment market alone was worth approximately $146 billion. That number only includes the heavy equipment components portion of the market. If you take into account the construction market beyond just parts sellers and manufacturers, you’ll find an even bigger number. With just one part of th