Reduce Equipment Risk

Equipment management helps you worry less.

Losses incurred reported from equipment and tool thefts amount to in excess of $1 billion annually. Theft is just one of the risks which equipment management technology helps you to avoid. It also mitigates risk by helping you maintain maximum fleet availability, replace machines at the optimum time and to comply with regulations.

EM Services can help you mitigate risk by ensuring that equipment management takes place on time and is conducted correctly. Your Cat dealer can customise service packages to provide the best value to your business. Therefore, you'll have fewer uncertainties to handle... and more time to devote to meeting your business objectives.

Interested in learning how equipment management can help in other areas of your business?

How can I reduce the costs of running my equipment? Control Costs
What can I do to achieve more each day? Improve Operations
How do I help my employees to carry out their jobs more efficiently? Manage People

Adrian Clement, technology manager at Cat® dealer Westrac in Western Australia, describes how using electronic equipment data in a condition monitoring program helps Cat customers understand and reduce the risks of running machines in challenging construction applications.

4 Risks You Can Mitigate with Good Equipment Management | Caterpillar®

reduce equipment risk

Construction is a risky business. Effectively managing your equipment is one way to lessen the impact of some of those day-to-day risks.

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How You Can Use Equipment Managment to Improve Margins

The cyclical nature of the construction industry makes maintaining margins a constant challenge. One way to combat the many pressures facing your business is through effective equipment management. It can do a lot to reduce costs, boost efficiency and substantially improve your bottom line.

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Keep It Safe: How To Prevent Or Recover Stolen Equipment | Caterpillar®

Here are five things you can do to prevent or recover stolen equipment using common sense, a little elbow grease and the electronic data generated by today's equipment management technologies.

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