From Benchmark Maintenance Services, Inc.
Proper Alignment Will Reduce Your Carbon Footprint! Traditionally, maintenance departments do not sing their own praises. Maybe that should change? In many companies the maintenance departments are still considered to be a necessary expense instead of a profit center. This perception is starting to change as improved maintenance procedures demonstrate cost savings that go directly to the company's bottom line by reducing the energy costs and improving reliability.
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