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The Changing Face Of Our Market

Somehow we lost product support business – because it went to our own customers. Let’s get our pricing act together and make the most of this new reality.

Looking back at 2010 is both rewarding and disappointing for many of us. But the parts and service market seems to be stabilizing, albeit at different levels than […]

By | December 15th, 2010|Categories: Articles and News|Tags: , , |

Your Selling Prices & Costs

Are you on auto-pilot when it comes to passing costs on to customers?

I am sure everyone has become sensitized to pricing in commodities. These include oil prices by the barrel, gas prices at the pump, manufactured steel and scrap prices, tires on mining trucks and other large vehicles, freight costs, copper, zinc, wood, the list […]

By | September 15th, 2008|Categories: Articles and News|Tags: , , |

The ABCs of Sales Campaigns

Thoughtful preparation is critical for success in your parts and service campaigns.

Many of the campaigns that are run from the parts and service departments
suffer from a similar problem:incomplete or inadequate planning.That can easily be overcome if a simple preparation checklist is followed.

  1. Define overall program objectives.
  2. Identify products to be promoted.
  3. Define the specific goals.
  4. Determine the timetable.
  5. Plan marketing […]
By | July 15th, 2008|Categories: Articles and News|Tags: , , |