Construction Equipment Executive Institute

Learn the fundamentals of fleet management from our collection of articles and videos. The best in asset management for the construction equipment professional.

Registration is open for the next Institute, April 16-18, 2019, in Chicago.

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What must we do to be a world-class equipment-management organization?” It is a question you should ask yourself, and it is a question you should be prepared to answer. Your answer can be long and complicated, or it can be so broad as to be of no value. Here are four critical success factors for…
Much time is taken to define and measure what is spent on maintenance. But how much time is spent to define and measure what is returned or, even, what to expect in return? An equipment executive expects compliments for looking after the company’s assets. They expect longer lives and lower costs.…

Equipment is a capital-intensive business, yet capital is a scarce and expensive resource. That is why so much of what we do is focused on capital expenditure (capex) and the capital-expenditure budget.

Developing the budget and making the business case for the substantial capital…

We all know that breakdowns cost a lot more than the parts and labor needed to fix the machine and return it to work. We know that there are consequential costs—or, as we will call them in this article, impact costs—associated with breakdowns and that these often dominate thinking when it comes…

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