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Lube supply/maintence proposal

Lube supply/maintence proposal

Lube supply/maintence proposal

(OP)
Hi ALL
We have been asked to submit a proposal to supply and maintain a clients lubes and systems Any person who can help with an example of such so we can save time.
many thanks
rober
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RE: Lube supply/maintence proposal

Having been in your position several times, the most important piece of advice is. Stick with a single source supply, prefferably one of the major companies, they have the back-up that you most definitely will need sooner or later.

RE: Lube supply/maintence proposal

hi,
it is not clear where and who needs this service.if matter is made clear and elabarote then we can definately help.


respode rk_ongc@rediffmail.com

RE: Lube supply/maintence proposal

(OP)
Hi
We are a small company and part of our offer to our clients is to maintain their lubrication systems. They asked us to see if we would like to add the lube to the deal. The range of clients goes from mines to Industrial plants.
Best
Robert

RE: Lube supply/maintence proposal

When it comes to compressed air/oil systems the best source is not the major suppliers. The last thing they want is a lubricator that can work the way they should. There is a 6 billion dollar market for pneumatic components and only a 70 million dollar market for lubricators. Consequently they want the components to wear out so that either you need to replace them or worse yet buy new machinery.

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