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Old 05-04-2013, 10:10 AM
MR-G MR-G is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2010
Posts: 479
before you jump in and start another crew make sure your current crew is as profitable as it can be...ive been in this 25 yrs. and i bet i can find quite a bit of in efficiencies in most small to med size operations...everything from fuel, repairs, labor, insurance, ect. ect. even some of your accts. that seem profitable might not be as profitable as some new accts....take on a new acct. that is more profitable and drop or sell off the less profitable ones....starting another crew should only be a last resort as it will take some time to recover exps. and the R.O.I. (return on investment) will be low until start up costs are our peak we had 5 only 3 but our net is up by 15%...and growing
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