CEDMag.com - March 2009 Articles
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CEDMag.com - March 2009 Articles

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MARCH 2009
  • Not Your Typical New Equipment Channel
    Industry Trends
    Who's selling new models over the Internet and at auction? Apparently plenty of people, but use of these alternative channels creates a host of issues when new machines travel across territory lines.
  • Get a Grip on Expenses
    Money Management
    Surviving and even thriving in these tough times is possible - but dealers must take a hard look at everything.
  • Success in Succession Planning
    Family Business
    It's about so much more than just filling your shoes - use these four key principles to help guide decisions about transferring ownership to the best hands.
  • Take a Look, and Take Your Pick
    From the Chairman
    Dozens of dealer-specific professional products and programs are yours for the choosing from AED and The AED Foundation.
  • Stimulus is Just the Start
    Editor's Note
    It'll take much more to fix the jobless mess and bring lasting recovery. By the way, what are you doing on April 29? 
  • Coming Out of the Abyss
    Business Outlook
    Construction equipment, including material handling and mining, will continue to see declines into 2010.
  • What's in Your Tool Box?
    If cutting costs means cutting professional education for employees, delivering best-in-class services is going to be a challenge.