Archive for July, 2006

Jul 02 2006

The Corporate Buyer Is Not Always Right

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Ever think a buyer has out maneuvered you or ‘played’ you in a purchasing transaction?  Read on, you might find some help. Continue Reading »

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Jul 02 2006

The Morning Staff Meeting

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Most companies have a morning staff meeting. This should focus on a specific goal, but many times they aren’t.  Here are some tips to help you. Continue Reading »

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Jul 02 2006

Got Downtime?

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Why is it we never have the money to buy spare parts (“because they cost too much”) for our equipment but can always come up with the cash when the equipment breaks down?  How much money are you willing to intentionally lose in sales because of machine idle time?  Here are some of the answers. Continue Reading »

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Jul 02 2006

Quoting: Design, Build, and Tryout?

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Going out for a quote on a mold isn’t something done casually. Since tooling tends to be a onetime expense, the size and complexity of the mold is built to accommodate the highest volume and lifespan of the particular part. So how do you specify it? Continue Reading »

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