The fine balance to strike for landscape product producers
Andrew Duffy, Sales & Market Development Manager at Loadscan discusses the questions posed when loading bark, mulch and compost.
You need enough product on every load to ensure you’re not hampered with customer queries and complaints. But, on the flip side, the last thing you want is to oversupply and give precious profits away.
With the busy spring and summer seasons behind you, now is the time to take stock and think about how you can take your business to the next level.
Are your customers still querying supplied quantities?
What do those disputes cost you in terms of back-office resources and loss of productivity – not to mention reputation/relationship damage?
Do you have confidence that you’re not oversupplying?
Or could you be one of the industry players who are typically losing 10% on every truck load?
The technology to resolve these issues exists now. Industry leaders are already using volume scanners to gain the competitive advantage.
They have precise measurements of every load, they can guarantee customer supply, they’re not risking giving too much material away, and they have an indisputable data trail at their fingertips.
If you’re ready to optimize your loading and profits, feel free to give me a call. I’ve been working with mulch producers, and the like, for a number of years and would be happy to chat.
Andrew Duffy – Sales & Market Development Manager
Phone +1 800 747 2973 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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