Are you experiencing supply chain challenges when it comes to the maintenance of your facility? We know these challenges are not going away soon.
The way you conduct business will need to change for you to thrive. As a result, we're sharing 5 key strategies you can implement to avoid delays created by supply chain challenges. Below is the first strategy you can implement.
While the worker and raw good shortages have negatively affected the “lead times” on new equipment like industrial doors and loading dock equipment, supply challenges have also affected the "lead time" on the parts and pieces that make up the equipment. Constant changes have affected which parts are readily available and which ones are not. Recently there was a shortage of 1” and 1.25” diameter solid door shafts, while 6 months-ago door springs were hard to find. We have seen issues with some hydraulic and electrical components but not others.
Whether it is the smallest part or the largest component on a piece of equipment, they’re all needed to make it work. Part failure can create a snowball effect resulting in additional parts being damaged ultimately leading to the entire piece of equipment unfixable. The two key components to keeping your equipment working properly are:
Now is the time to double down on proactive maintenance, as this can prevent issues before they happen. Schedule a service visit today.
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