Check before you buy

Preece, Douglas
February 2002
Cabinet Maker;02/15/2002, Issue 5274, p9
Trade Publication
Presents guides for wise buying of used equipment. Recession faced by companies; Initiative of companies to raise more cash; Importance of asset warranty; Investigation of the company's profile.


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