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Expert Heavy Equipment Saves Clients Money with True On-Demand Inventory

In an effort to keep operating costs down while eliminating transportation and holding yard costs, one of the top wholesalers for selling used heavy equipment is utilizing on-demand inventory.

League City, TX (PRWEB) December 14, 2013

When it comes to being the most competitive wholesalers on the market, representatives with Expert Heavy Equipment, say they are at the top of the list, in addition to its announcement that the company uses a true On-Demand Inventory.

"This keeps operating costs down," said Milissa Wise, Director of Operations for Expert Heavy Equipment, whose company’s priority is to provide the best equipment at the absolute best pricing to ensure it maintains a high level of customer service and customer loyalty.

Wise explained that On-Demand Inventory control means that Expert Heavy Equipment is fulfilling customer orders, in the right quantity at the right price.

"We understand which used equipment is currently in demand," Wise stressed, before adding, "We have created different segments of suppliers to ensure we can meet those demands."

Expert Heavy Equipment, according to Wise, offers true wholesale pricing on all of its products, and is one of the only companies that implement a policy of transparency by providing market data that validates fair market values on equipment and vehicles.

"In addition, we are buying used heavy equipment and selling it at its current location," Wise pointed out. Wise continued by stating that they have implemented his same strategy with their subsidiary company, EHE Auctions.

"With On-Demand Inventory, the ultimate goal would be zero inventory but we typically have a sell cycle of five to seven business days."

The company spokeswomen went on to note that the benefits of this system for Expert Heavy Equipment is that it keeps the operating costs down by eliminating most of the transportation costs, and the need to have a holding yard.

"The challenge it creates for us is that we have to try and locate machines near one another in order to help our customers reduce their freight expenses," Wise said.

Most importantly though, the customers benefit from this.

"We pass along this savings to the customer with every day wholesale prices," Wise said. "This gives them the opportunity for them to maintain their margins in their marketplace."

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