How to reduce idle times and boost profits

By: Volvo Construction Equipment Views: 3654 Downloads: 46
Author: Volvo Construction Equipment Whitepaper/Case Study
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ActiveCare Direct monthly reports provide insights on idle percentages versus work percentages across your entire fleet, by individual machine and by machine type. This allows you to easily compare utilization by operator and machine, as well as set goals for increased utilization over time. Doing so can have an immense impact on your fleet’s profitability.




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