Making tires a priority

Maintenance programs can’t be an afterthought

Efficiency experts are obsessed with the concept of restructuring. It doesn’t matter the subject, simply because they believe there is always a better way.  They are convinced that if you eliminate a position and divide the responsibilities between other positions, then the result will be a more effective operation.

I’ve seen it happen countless times over the past few years where one individual is responsible for managing the tire program and then that person is gone

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