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Sep

How to Sell Your Used Construction Equipment

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How to sell your used construction equipment?

If you are looking to expand or upgrade your company or equipment, you may be thinking of selling your used trucks and construction equipment. Furthermore, you likely want to get the best return on your investment, and so you may start to look for ways to sell your used construction equipment in a quick, efficient, and cost-effective manner. Below are some quick and easy tips to help you sell your used construction equipment without any issues. Find Out How Much Your Construction Equipment is Worth Look into industry trends and equipment pricing by performing the necessary due diligence. Establish an…

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7
Sep

Inspection Tips: Things to Look for When Buying an Excavator

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Inspection tips while buying an excavator

Excavators in Canada can be quite expensive, depending on the make, model, year, and condition, but you can save money by opting for a used model instead of a new one. However, buying used can backfire if the proper examinations and precautions are not taken beforehand. Below are some important things that you should look for when buying excavators in Canada, regardless of whether or not you opt for a new model or a second-hand earth-moving apparatus. The Swing Radius The first thing to check is the slew ring; any unusual signs of movement or play should be seen as…

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15
Oct

4 Important Hurdles to Consider when Moving Heavy Equipment

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Heavy construction equipment is part of the day-to-day operations in most heavy-duty manufacturing factories and companies. Whether it is a company seeking to expand its manufacturing processes by adding more construction equipment, or just an abnormal cargo, sometimes heavy equipment needs to be transported from one point to another. Transportation of such heavy equipment needs meticulous planning to avert disaster. The safe delivery of the equipment to the destination depends on many factors. Here are some things to consider when moving heavy equipment. Evaluate the Specs of the Equipment The first hurdle you have to go through is evaluating the specifications of the move. These will be the distance that needs to be covered, the timeline on which the equipment needs to be transported, and the personnel who need to be involved in the process. More importantly, you have to evaluate the equipment being transported. This evaluation should feature the…

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1
Oct

5 Lies Heavy Equipment Finance Companies Tell You

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So you’ve found yourself needing to finance heavy equipment. No matter the scope of the project, you’re probably wondering how to find a company you can trust. Many people will take out a contract with a company, put down a deposit, and then find out that the terms for their truck loans have changed. If you know what red flags to watch out for, you can avoid being sucked into one of these schemes. It’s common for people to pass a credit check, sign a contract, pay their deposit, and then be told by the financing company, “Actually, it’s going to be more money than we originally told you.” By this time, you’ve already chosen your equipment, and you don’t have the time or money to look for another company. So you just take the bad deal and move on. To avoid this scenario, you should always be aware of…

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1
Sep

How to Boost Construction Equipment Productivity

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No matter what kind of project you’re working on, if construction equipment is involved, you’ll need to make important decisions about your efficiency. You need to decide when to buy versus lease a construction vehicle, what kinds of leases you should consider, and how often different equipment will be used. You also need to consider how to streamline your project for ideal construction productivity. If you follow these simple tips to handle your construction equipment, you should have an easier time understanding your needs and taking steps to meet them. Don’t buy equipment unless it’s used 70% of the time When you examine the fleet of construction equipment you have, you’ll want to take notes on which machines are being used the most. If you own a construction company, you’ll benefit from buying the machines that are in use at least 70% of the time. However, if you’re only doing…

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