01 April 2008

Glenn Windhouwer of Avezaat Cranes sums up the factors to be taken into consideration when making the decision whether to repair or replace with new.

• The extension of the economic and technical lifecycle that can be achieved when carrying out repairs in relation to the costs incurred.

• The turnaround time for the repair work in comparison to the delivery time for new equipment. This is especially an issue when the machine really cannot be missed. Avezaat Cranes says it keeps a large and varied quantity of high-quality equipment in stock suitable to ensure that the experienced team can quickly start the repair work in virtually all cases.

• The comparison between the full costs involved in the repair work and when buying new.

• More cranes are refurbished due to the longer delivery times of new cranes.

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