To ensure that a producer is committed to improving plant efficiency, there is a minimal charge for the onsite inspection and final report. The report can be used to help generate or expand upon the customer’s daily, weekly, monthly and yearly inspection and maintenance programs. Once the report is delivered, the customer is not obligated to buy the plant parts from Terex Roadbuilding.
But for Wilkins, the new Plant Audit program is not about component or parts sales. “This program is a proactive drive to ensure the customer is aware of the latest technology on the market, so it can produce asphalt more efficiently.”
Information provided by Mark Spicer and Mike Rodriguez of Terex Roadbuilding.