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No room for dinosaurs in today’s world of work Setting: A retail establishment, 8:30 a.m. on a weekday. A manager stands before his 15-person team at a morning meeting, displaying a printed document to the group. “This is an email from corporate,” he says, “about a new flexible-scheduling initiative.” He smirks, rips the page in half, and tosses a piece over each shoulder. The scraps flutter ignominiously to the industrial-grade carpet. “That’s what I think of flex scheduling. You all have a choice: You work when I tell you to work, or you can go flip burgers at Burger King across the street.” Believe it or not, this is a true story (the title of which is “How Not to Manage Anyone”). You’re probably not surprised to learn that turnover was high at that particular place of business. The manager didn’t last, and the business itself went the way of the triceratops. I wish I could say this event took place 65 million years ago rather than just 16, but your humble blogger was there to witness it. Since then, the term employee engagement has become part of the popular business lexicon. For the sake of morale, retention, productivity, innovation, customer satisfaction and profitability (the little things), it’s critical that employees are engaged and that managers remain focused on individual and team development. Managers who read this and think, “How dumb. People get paid to work. They should work,” are doing a grave (and costly) disservice to their employer. Today’s top managers understand that leading people effectively is both an art and a science. As an artist, would you use fine sculpting implements to free your masterpiece from its marble cage… or a sledgehammer? As for the science part, well, dinosaurs belong in museums, not in the workplace like our morale-destroying friend in the anecdote above. But what does “employee engagement” really mean in today’s World of Work? It’s not about perks, parties and bonuses. While those things can be positives 6

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Aftermarket Dave Baiocchi

Why us? In all of our dealerships there is a daily grind that for all intent and purposes is necessary and appropriate to get the work of the company accomplished. I see these daily routines play out in our own dealership. The morning coffee and water cooler talk quickly dissipate as players take their positions and begin to prepare for the line drives and ground balls that will challenge the quiet morning and launch them into the chaos that will be the workday. This is the challenge we all face in the world of the aftermarket. Few customers ever call to tell us what a great job we did. The new task at hand every morning is to assess the needs of the customer, apply our assets to the needs, be efficient and professional, and turn the customer’s dire situation from chaos into uniformity. The way we normally respond to customers is governed by four key items:

Our understanding of their needs

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in tools like ERP systems, call logs, quoting software and CRM templates. We constantly train our service technicians in order to dispatch the most qualified and skilled personnel to address the customer’s needs. We train the administration staff on how to handle customer requests, properly prioritize repairs and gather the proper information. At my dealership we even hired “mystery shoppers” who called with fictitious scenarios in order to assess and define weaknesses in our customer handling skills. The exercise was illuminating to say the least. We found significant weaknesses that we addressed with specific training to improve and maintain superior customer contact practices in all of our branch locations. As necessary as all of this is to running an efficient service department, sometimes we get so tied up in the “process” that we fail to actually recognize how these processes are connected to our goals. What is our goal? Many will respond, “To serve the customer.” This is the correct answer. But what does that really mean? As stated, I just don’t think that goal is specific enough to be meaningful. What is customer service? Every dealer organization has a different viewpoint and perspective on what that means. Dealers have allowed this perspective many times to be defined by the OEM. One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned in my 33 years in

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Aftermarket There were a dozen or so of these “task based answers” volunteered by the staff. I listed all of these on the whiteboard. Then I turned to the group and said “Yes, that’s what we DO, but is that what the customer actually PAYS for?” Once again, they looked at me like I was speaking a foreign language. I then suggested a reason that had nothing to do with the equipment, and everything to do with the CUSTOMER. I suggested that the customer actually pays us to NOT COME BACK TOMORROW! Yes the customer EXPECTS you to do everything on the list. He expects you to do it quickly and efficiently. The nuts and bolts of maintenance are the basic requirement in any aftermarket relationship. The cold hard truth however is this: Many of your competitors can do the same things. And several of them will do those things for a lower price. It is however the things you do that are special, unique and prescient that make a difference to the customer. What the customer really wants to buy from you is the peace of mind that comes with the trust he can put in you to have his back, and FIND the things that others would ignore or be too lazy or indifferent to address. How many times has a customer complained and said “You guys were JUST HERE! Didn’t you see that leak (or frayed cable, or cracked belt, or burnt out light etc.…)?” So we have to ask ourselves, do we properly prepare our staff to meet THAT challenge? Delivering service that a customer can TRUST involves much more than a cursory lube/oil/filter can deliver. Being committed to seeing beyond the basic task,

and identifying the thing that might happen next is the reason why your dealership is worth the extra money. That is why the customer pays YOU and not someone else. Creating a culture where every service tech delivers this premium level of service takes diligence, investment, commitment and training. Equipping technicians with all of the proper tools is requisite to building this environment. Do your technicians have the right parts on their van? Do they actually KNOW what is on their van? Are they prepared and authorized to quote small repairs on the spot with the parts that they carry onboard? RDS has installed customized programs at several dealerships that addresses this very issue. In order to DELIVER premium service, you have to put your staff in a position to OFFER premium service. These are the points of differentiation that can truly separate you from the guys out there hawking a lower hourly rate. I have found that customers will gladly pay for peace of mind when they know their supplier has their back. Being the supplier that breaks away from the pack and refuses to be the best of the worst is gratifying….and profitable! Dave Baiocchi is the president of Resonant Dealer Services LLC. He has spent 33 years in the equipment business as a sales manager, aftermarket director and dealer principal. Dave now consults with dealerships nationwide to establish and enhance best practices, especially in the area of aftermarket development and performance. E-mail editorial@mhwmag.com to contact Dave.

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The pace quickens First of all I have to pay tribute to John Walker, one of the most knowledgeable product support experts on the planet, for his contributions to MHW and its readers and his always helpful attitude when I asked a dumb question. I read (and studied) every column he produced (saved many of them) and have a library of materials he has sent me along the way. Good luck to you John .......but you can still expect a call from me when I have another dumb question. And now we welcome David Baiocchi to take up where John left off with his own version of the product support business. Based on David’s resume he sure has a lot of industry experience to share with us. I have not spoke with David as of yet, but plan on doing so later this week. I hope all readers of MHW appreciate the body of knowledge found in these pages every month. I read it cover to cover and constantly say “Boy, there is lot of money making information in this publication.” I hope you pass it around your shop and make use of each contributors’ commentary. Believe me ....the price is right. I have been spending quite a bit of time lately finding out how the digital world and telematics is going to impact our industry. After making some initial studies I can truly say the pace quickens for any company associated with any type of equipment

sold through dealerships or rented from a rental company. I am sure each one of you can relate to a business you have been familiar with that is either no longer there, has disappeared from the scene, or has been replaced with some form of digital transactions. I can think of many businesses that have just become obsolete and are no longer viable business models. Since I love reading I recently attended a book fair on the south side of Chicago in an area called Printers Row. I remember this area from my earlier auditing days when I was doing audits of various printing companies located in Printers Row. There were blocks of massive building with all this heavy noisy printing equipment, located next to the Chicago River which was used to transport the paper to these buildings. But now.....they are all condos without a printing press to be seen or heard. ....and this transformation took place not too long ago. There is no industry exempt from economic and industry cycles. They keep coming, and they keep accelerating making it almost impossible to stay ahead of the game. What do we see happening in the lift truck business? • Market kind of flat • New electric truck technology • Less dealers

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Please continue to add to the list and please send me a copy of your additions because I am always interested in what you have to say. ON the construction side of the equipment business rental is taking over the utilization of the equipment. About 60% of the units in the field belong to a rental fleet. Can the lift truck business be far behind? Not only are OEM’s asking their dealers to be a rent-to-rent store, contractors are asking for telematic information on their own equipment as well as on the rental units the dealers provide. Again, can the lift truck business be far behind? I have even come across OEM’s of rental equipment looking for dealers to sell their products. How long before we are all rental companies that happen to have new units available for sale? If that happens say “so long” to a number of OEM’s that missed the rental boat before it left the harbor.

work, with the work being performed because the machine called you to tell you it needs to be serviced. Guess what, the machines will last longer, maintain their residual value and push out the replacement cycle (the only cycle not accelerating.) Say so long to more OEM’s. How do you envision your company three years from now.... five years from now.....ten years from now? If you plan to stay ahead of the game I suggest you participate in a 20 Group or Performance Group so that you can interact with other dealers looking to manage and increase shareholder value. I can tell you from experience that these work and will help you set attainable goals related to the current trends in the industry. Garry Bartecki is a CPA MBA with GB Financial Services LLC. E-mail editorial@mhwmag.com to contact Garry.

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Script it, but not like Marco Rubio I enjoy election season. Both for the entertainment value, and the sales lessons. An interesting topic has bubbled to the top of media coverage during the New Hampshire primaries. In the Republican debate, Marco Rubio, normally known for his eloquent way with words, repeated the same message FIVE times. Not all in row, but also not in direct response to the topic or question posed to him. As a result, the media—and Chris Christie during the debate—criticized him for being robotic and scripted…repeating the same rehearsed “25-second speech” with no other substance behind it. After studying and pondering this I’ve got several observations as they relate to us in sales, and our use of scripts. First, I’ll keep politics out of it, so please no emails on that. And if you want to see what Rubio said, you can easily Google it. I will address the whole topic of scripts. I find it fascinating how delivering a prepared message raises so much criticism. For the record, Rubio did deliver the same lines in the same debate, several times, in contexts where they seemed awkward and not in response to the question at hand. However, the narrative of those doing the criticizing— that I had seen, anyway—focused mainly on the fact that he was repeating a prepared message.

Other than that Saturday debate, how and why, and in what world is that a bad thing? When you are fortunate enough to hear your decision maker answer the phone live, at that very moment think of which these scenarios are you more comfortable with: 1. Having something you’ve given thought to, prepared, edited and practiced ready to leave your lips in a confident, conversational tone, or, 2. Having your heart drop to your gut, with a sudden loss of breath, experiencing mind vapor-lock as you search for what to say, and the best first sound you can mutter is “Uh…” I just shake my head when I hear someone say, “We don’t believe in scripts. Our reps just wing it.” Would you want to go to a heart surgeon who just wings it? How about the pilot on your next flight? Perhaps your attorney at a murder trial for which you’ve been wrongly accused? I’ve done over 1500 training and speaking presentations, some as small as a few people, some with a few thousand. A question I sometimes get is, “Do you ever get nervous?” My answer: that would happen only if I didn’t know what I was going to say. And I control that through preparation, so I make sure it doesn’t happen.

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Sales Trends Art Sobzcak If someone has the opportunity to prepare what they will say in situations they are likely to encounter, why in the world wouldn’t they? All I can think of is laziness, and not knowing what to say. My business is helping with the latter. I can’t do anything about the former. Repetition. Repetition. I guess it shouldn’t be surprising that in our instant gratification and attention deficit society that repetitive messages get criticized. People want to be entertained constantly with the next shiny blinking object. I’m guilty too. Right now I have at least 20 books stacked on my “to read” pile. All of which I bought within the past two months. I’m a sucker for the “new” stuff. And I also have walls and boxes of books, audios and videos. Hard drives jammed with ebooks and reports. I have files of my own notes on all parts of the sales call, going back 30 + years. With close scrutiny, most of it, the old and new, could be categorized into the same repetitive messages, repackaged. What we should really focus on is DOING what WORKS, not just being excited about what is new. A workshop attendee told me, “If I just USED a fraction of what I know, I’d be mega rich.” I digress. OK, Back to Rubio. So it was a bit odd for him to repeat the same message in contexts that didn’t really make sense. However, repetition with our messaging can and IS a good thing. Despite what I said earlier

about people wanting new in the short term, our comfort level is with familiarity. Repetition provides that. Hearing something repeatedly creates familiarity. Familiarity turns into agreement and likability. Hearing something repeated that we mildly agree with creates stronger agreement and comfort. I was flipping through the channels before the other night and Caddyshack was playing on the Golf Channel. I landed right at Bill Murray’s classic “Cinderella story” scene. And then of course I watched to the end of the entire movie. For at least the 39th time. And I was reciting just about every line as the characters did. I’ll do it again. Well, not until I see Caddyshack on my channel guide again. I had the opportunity to play golf with Kix Brooks of Brooks & Dunn country music fame a few years ago. They were doing a show that night, and had just released a new album. I asked him if they would be playing a lot of new stuff, or their popular hits. He said, “The old stuff mostly. Art, when you have over 20 Number Ones in the rack, people want to hear ‘em.” I doubt if anyone goes to The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and says, “It’s the same show again. So repetitive.” Paul Harvey, the legendary broadcaster used to speak at the popular motivational success rallies. He was asked by another speaker on the program why he never changed the speech which he gave over and over in each city. He replied, “When you have something that works, it’s easier to change the audience than the message.”

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“We like to call ourselves ‘leaf chain geeks’,” said Peter Church, FB Chain’s managing director, in a telephone interview. Other companies may be bigger, but FB Chain has “worked hard at honing its specialty, its products and its customer service,” he said. The company employs about 30 workers in Great Britain and around 200 across Europe. About 40 percent of FB Chain’s business is export-based, including around a dozen American customers. “The US market is certainly an area we’re looking to expand into more,” said Church. “There’s definitely a growing demand for our products and services.” The company’s chain wear gauges are particularly popular in the U.S.; 25 percent of all the chain wear gauges FB Chain sells go to American customers. Church says this is because it is “simply the best one on the market.” The international business works well on FB Chain’s end as well. “We can deliver chain wear gauges almost next day in America due to its light weight, and also because of the time difference. We get a lot of positive feedback from US customers regarding the efficiency of our service,” Church said.

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Shifting Gears

Industry personnel and organization news

Crown Equipment recognizes best branches and dealers in North America Crown Equipment Corporation recently celebrated its 2015 best-performing company-owned branches and independent dealers in North America at an annual award program. Action Lift, Inc. in Pittston, Pennsylvania, and Crown Lift Trucks, Milwaukee/Madison/Green Bay, Wisconsin, both earned the prestigious James F. Dicke Pioneer Award as the company’s top-performing dealer and branch, respectively. In addition to the two Pioneer award winners, Crown recognized 16 additional retail locations with Summit and Ascent Awards for outstanding achievements in sales and customer satisfaction. The company selected winners from its North American network of more than 100 branches and dealers. “Every year I look forward to identifying those dealers and branches that worked hard, delivered exceptional results and overcame obstacles to meet challenging goals and put the customer first,” said Jim Mozer, senior vice president, Crown Equipment. “Through Crown’s annual recognition program, we thank them for this outstanding effort and for being a part of the company’s success in 2015.” This is Action Lift, Inc.’s second Pioneer Award and 17th Summit Award. “As a company that has been in business for over 60 years, we learned pretty quickly that the secret to success is hiring the best people and making sure you understand your customers and their changing needs. We thank Crown for the continued support and this year’s recognition,” said Joe Mikiewicz, general manager, Action Lift, Inc.

This is the first Pioneer Award and second Summit Award for Crown Lift Trucks, Milwaukee/Madison/Green Bay, Wisconsin since Crown launched its recognition program in 1995. “When you sell Crown lift trucks, you know you stand for quality: quality employees, quality products and quality service. This award is an acknowledgement of the effort we put forth every day to helping our customers create a safe working environment and increasing their productivity,” said Mark Mayo, branch manager, Crown Lift Trucks, Milwaukee/Madison/Green Bay, Wisconsin. www.crown.com The full list of award recipients includes: 2015 Summit award winners · Action Lift, Inc., Pittston, Pennsylvania · A.J. Jersey, Inc., South Plainfield, New Jersey · Lift Power, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida · NorthWest Handling Systems, Inc., Seattle, Washington · Crown Lift Trucks, Milwaukee/Madison/Green Bay, Wisconsin · Crown Lift Trucks, Bloomington, Illinois · Crown Lift Trucks, Dayton, Ohio · Crown Lift Trucks, Tampa/Orlando, Florida 2015 Ascent award winners · Hugg & Hall Equipment, Little Rock, Arkansas · Material Handling Supply, Inc., Brooklawn, New Jersey · Maybury Material Handling, Longmeadow, Massachusetts · NorthWest Handling Systems, Inc., Portland, Oregon · Crown Lift Trucks, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas · Crown Lift Trucks, Evansville, Indiana · Crown Lift Trucks, Ft. Wayne, Indiana · Crown Lift Trucks, Grand Rapids, Michigan · Crown Lift Trucks, Greensboro, North Carolina · Crown Lift Trucks, Miami, Florida

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Raymond introduces sit-down counterbalanced truck The Raymond Corporation combines enhanced performance and ergonomics with the new Raymond® model 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck. The model 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck features an open view mast design and integral sideshift on 4,000 and 5,000 pound trucks with three stage mast and full free lift. The 4750 sitdown counterbalanced truck also includes both left- and right-side entry, and a full-suspension seat with four-way adjustability and tilt steering wheel. The enhanced ergonomics also include a lower step height and foot-activated parking brake. The 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck also features compartmentalized maintenance and the ability to check brake fluid levels from the dashboard. It also offers a no-tool floorboard that can be removed with no tools, allowing for easy access to the hydraulic tank for maintenance. www.raymondcorp.com

Dorner’s new frame conveyor fits in tight spots Dorner’s new 2200 LPZ / Z-Frame conveyor comes with one or two pivot points, and features an extremely low profile to fit under machinery or any other tight spots. The 2200 LPZ is Dorner’s lowest profile Z-Frame conveyor – and is the first such offering in the newly redesigned 2200 Series platform. The advantage of the 2200 LPZ is that its sleek, narrow profile enables it to be positioned under machinery where other conveyors wouldn’t fit, making it ideal for part removal and product handling in packaging, metalworking, automation, medical, pharmaceutical and other general manufacturing applications. The pivot points on the conveyor provide added flexibility as it can be configured in either Z-frame, horizontal-to-incline and nose-over positions. The 2200 LPZ is the second of four new platforms being introduced as part of Dorner’s newly redesigned 2200 Series platform. www.dornerconveyors.com

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New UTILEV® Lift Trucks, a no-nonsense materials handling solution The UTILEV® line of lift trucks are designed for customers who need a lift truck for intermittent use throughout the day or week, and comes with an attractive price point and nationwide dealer support. When compared to a used or refurbished lift truck, UTILEV® trucks are a better value that delivers the performance and dependability found in a new truck. UTILEV® is for users who do not require advanced functionality or specialty attachments in their material handling applications. The truck’s simple, straight-forward design is easy to operate and maintain and comes backed by a standard 12 months/2,000 hours manufacturer’s limited warranty*. Additionally, UTILEV® trucks are supported by an extensive network of more than 340 dealer locations throughout North America. www.utilev.com

Fairbanks Scales releases low-profile u-shaped floor scale Fairbanks Scales, Inc. announces the release of its new Yellow Jacket U-Shaped floor scale, which decreases weight times by up to 50% in applications utilizing pallet jacks. This scale is an ideal alternative to traditional floor scales in manufacturing and warehouse applications where floor space is at a premium. The Yellow Jacket U-Shaped floor scale allows material handlers to capture the weight of standard and non-standard pallets and skids without removing the pallet jack. Operators can simply move the pallet into place over the scale, lower the pallet jack so the load is resting on the scale, capture the weight, and then raise the pallet jack to easily move the pallet or skid to its next location. This innovative scale reduces weight times by eliminating the time-consuming step of pulling the pallet jack out from underneath the pallet, a difficult task with traditional ramped floor scales. www.fairbanks.com

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CONTINENTAL TIRE THE AMERICAS, LLC.. . . . . . 36

JOSEPH INDUSTRIES, INC.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

THOMBERT, INC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

DESIGN STORAGE AND HANDLING. . . . . . . . . . . . 2

MHCONX.COM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, 23

TRI-BORO STORAGE PRODUCTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

DYNA RACK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

MOR-VALUE PARTS COMPANY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

TVH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 12, 48

ENGINE POWER SOURCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

MOTOR TECH, INC.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

UNITED CONTACT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

EOSLIFT USA CORPORATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

PANACEA AFTERMARKET COMPANY. . . . . . . . . 19

WEST POINT RACK, INC.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

FB CHAIN LIMITED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

PNG TECHNOLOGIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

WY’EAST PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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