Firstly – and as with virtually any rental of goods – products that are damaged in transit are returned, either for a full refund or replacement.
This leads to considerable cost in terms of the return shipping, having damaged stock that potentially is written off, sending out a new item, the admin surrounding this and also the negative impact it can have on your company’s reputation.
Secondly, and something which is often overlooked, is that equipment, parts or components damaged in transit can lead to a significant amount of wasted time.
Similarly, if you are part of another manufacturers supply chain, components that you supply to them that are damaged can slow their own production lines (or even halt it in extreme cases), affecting not only their operational productivity but also the relationship between your businesses.
This can happen during transportation or when the equipment you rent is at the customer's disposal.
This can happen during transportation or when the equipment you rent is at the customer's disposal. Necessary repairs are made upon the request of the customer and the operational process is followed in detail.
The previous damage states of a piece of equipment are taken into account.
If there is an amount to be charged to the customer, it is charged to the customer and accounted for.
Follow your operations on Fiorent to follow the all damage operations of your equipment with the details and to add value to your business!