Yes! Cost is a real factor when replacing or repairing equipment in your facility. The upfront cost of a hydraulic leveler or a hydraulic conversion will exceed the cost of a mechanical leveler or parts replacement type of repairs. However, the cost of ownership is reduced, and the overall lifetime cost of a hydraulic leveler is LESS than a mechanical leveler. Why?
Contact us today to see if a Hydraulic Conversion makes sense for you, your facility and/or your employees.
The conventional thought process around the loading dock area has seen a conceptual shift in thinking over the past several years. Many of our clients have changed over from mechanical levelers to hydraulic, either via equipment replacement or a hydraulic conversion. With a hydraulic conversion we take the springs, levers, brakes, and chains out and replace them with hydraulic components. Why?
In discussing this with clients, there were many reasons, but three of them were shared by all.
We know retaining and attracting employees is a challenge, so attention to both big and small issues is important. Providing employees with safe, reliable tools which allow them to work safely and confidently is what they’re looking from you as their employer. Not sure where to start? Request a facility needs assessment.