Maintain -- and gain

Dwyer, John
November 2006
Works Management;Nov2006, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p34
The article focuses on the significance of maintaining energy-saving equipment to save costs among the companies in Great Britain. The country's industry is wasting massive opportunities to save costs and to be competitive in the market. This could be attributed to the rising oil prices that inflate plastics injection molding business costs for raw materials and energy. It has been suggested that saving energy saves money through the maintenance team of each company.


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