CEDMag.com - June 2009 Articles
Construction Equipment Distribution magazine is published by the Associated Equipment Distributors, a nonprofit trade association founded in 1919, whose membership is primarily comprised of the leading equipment dealerships and rental companies in the U.S. and Canada. AED membership also includes equipment manufacturers and industry-service firms. CED magazine has been published continuously since 1920. Associated Equipment Distributors
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CEDMag.com - June 2009 Articles

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JUNE 2009
  • Using Telematics to Make Money
    Technology
    It's time to stop playing Where's Waldo with dozers - and dollars. Dealers discover innovative ways to find lost money, generate new revenue streams and help their customers survive.
  • A Slice of Local Life
    Markets
    CED Editor Kim Phelan visited with four businessmen in Savannah, Ga., who shared their perspectives about market conditions and their own strategies for survival.
  • How Much is Too Much?
    Editor's Note
    No question, some forms of information media can result in information overload, but a daily dose of what you care about isn't such a bad idea.
  • Independent Training Simplified
    Groundwork
    New updates make AEDUniversity's professional continuing education easier, while industry-specific content and guides enable professional education without travel.
  • Customers Can Become Casualties
    On the Numbers
    Offer these solutions to help your contractor customers achieve profits in the era of bidding wars and negative cash flow.
  • It's Always Darkest at the Bottom
    Business Outlook
    U.S. recovery timeline unknown, but expect more months of inventory adjustments as industry scales down to suit reduced construction activity.