Distribution executives agree that staying on top of small equipment concerns will make the big problems, which cost big money, go away. Increasingly, these preventive maintenance programs are being handled with a variety of automated systems. "Preventive maintenance reduces overall operating costs and gives better up-time to equipment," said Mike Halliday, manager of maintenance and engineering for warehousing at Schnuck Markets, St. Louis. In addition to their primary job of keeping ...

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