Base purchasing decisions on performance
Kok Choong Hwa summarises with a few key points:
2. Performance norms need to be set in the areas of spreader productivity, downtime - planned and unplanned - and environmental efficiency.
3. Terminals need to develop a "scorecard" for spreader fleet evaluation based on norms, and work with their spreader partner - which we certainly hope will be Bromma [! ] - to make steady progress in elevating spreader fleet performance.
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