WHY NOT BUY A 2nd HAND CONCRETE PLANT!
Because it’s not worth dealing with someone else’s junk. If someone is selling their concrete batching plant, there is a reason and this reason is not a reason to buy a second hand batching plant.
The product used in investments that require high cost such as concrete plant always brings great risk. Any part that will deteriorate can completely stop, slow down or disrupt your production.
These problems also delay the return of the investment you have made – the return for the money you have paid, or you may not get it at all.
In addition, why does the person or institution that you will buy the plant need to sell the concrete batching plant that is in working condition? This is one of the most important questions you need to answer.
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There are many things you need to do before you buy a second hand concrete batching plant. You have already read or heard many things about this subject from your friends, operators, your environment and even from google.
However, there is one of them, which is an analysis that will bring you directly to the conclusion without wasting your time and without paying attention to what the people around you say. It is also “Swot Analysis”.
So what is this SWOT Analysis? How is it done? Many people or institutions make this analysis on issues that require such a high investment. In this article, we will explain to you how to do a “Swot Analysis” before purchasing a second hand concrete batching plant.
“The word SWOT consists of the English initials of 4 main words for both businesses and individuals. These; The words Strengths, Weaknesses, Oppurtunities and Threats .”
Now, in these four steps, “why should you not buy a second hand concrete batching plant?” You will find the answer to your question. Or you will reach the result by asking the right questions to ask.
First of all, you need to determine what the strengths of the second hand concrete batching plant you are going to buy are. In other words, you will determine which parts are more robust and which parts can work in the short, medium and long term.
Some questions to ask for this are;
What is the latest status of the mortar mixing mixer? (One of the most important questions)
Is the mixer domestic or is it an Italian mixer that has proven itself in this regard?
How many mixing arms does the mixer have and what steel is it made of?
What is the mixer motor power and its latest condition?
How many outputs does the mixer have?
What is the latest status of the raw material bunker? Is the number of bunker cells sufficient for you? Can you increase capacity at any time?
What is the latest status of raw material weighing and transfer band, various parts and engines?
Is there a waiting bunker? What is the latest status?
What is the latest status of cement silos?
Will it be able to meet the capacity you want to produce in the short, medium and long term?
With questions like these, you can determine the strengths of the power plant you will receive.
After completing the strengths of the concrete batching plant you will buy, namely the solid, working parts, you will determine what is weak. In other words, you will determine which parts do not work or which will cause problems in the short, medium and long term.
Will your budget be able to cover the parts of the concrete plant that never work or need to be repaired?
How much has the concrete plant produced in the last year?
If some parts are not really what they seem, are they in a position to cause problems as soon as they start working?
What about the wear plates of the raw material bunker? When does it need to be changed? How much can it handle you?
What about the wear plates of the mortar mixer? When does it need to be changed? How much can it handle you?
What is the latest status of weighing and transfer belts? Stretch, relax, patch, etc. Are there situations?
With such questions, you can determine the weaknesses of the power plant you will receive.
In this step, you will determine the benefits of the facility you will buy.
The only benefit of a second-hand product for you is that the price is cheaper, until the products break down.
When will you be able to get back the relatively low switchboard fee you have paid? Or will you make extra expenses as much as a new switchboard fee?
After following this last step, you will get the answer to a large extent.
What are the possible damages against you of the second hand concrete batching plant you will buy?
It is certain that you will suffer both material and moral damage. However, it is clear that you will suffer more financially.
If any part is used many times before, it will break down your production. You will lose customers both instantly and in the medium and long term. Since your production is disrupted, you will lose financially and your payments will be delayed.
Stopping production will negatively affect your communication with both your customers and your workers.
In order to minimize your loss and find new customers, this time you will start to reduce the price of the concrete you sell. Due to your low price, the demand for your product will be high in the beginning.
Then your concrete plant will continue to work and this time it will start to deteriorate from another place. This will continue as a vicious circle.
The more the plant works, the more it will break down a little at a time and you will be back to where you started. You will see that the sum of your expenditures exceeds the price of a new power plant.
As a result;
“Why should you suffer so much when you can have a new concrete batching plant suitable for the price of a second-hand concrete plant…”
You can contact us now to buy the concrete batching plant you need, not more.