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Five Steps to Tire Management Planning

By: Titan International Views: 3080Downloads: 85
Author: Titan InternationalWhitepaper/Case Study

Establishing a strategic tire management plan is crucial for companies with large fleets of equipment. Each machine requires a unique tire replacement schedule, and managers who develop a tire buying and maintenance strategy are ultimately more productive than managers who wait until a problem occurs. Throughout the life span of a piece of equipment, tires need to be replaced more frequently than any other component, and as such, their efficient life cycle management offers arguably the greatest opportunity to control costs. With a well-informed and well-defined tire maintenance and replacement strategy in place, a fleet manager can proactively manage these valuable equipment assets, while reducing the costs associated with unplanned downtime. Here are five steps to help you create and implement a successful tire management plan.

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