You see the almost everywhere these days – lists of the world’s most profitable companies. From industry wide lists to specific kinds of lists, like Forbes’ Most Profitable Small Businesses, they seem to surround business literature, and that can be really frustrating for companies working to do more. It’s even more true when equipment costs spiral out of control, and often that means new equipment, more investment, and fewer profits. One quick way to help lower those equipment costs and get back on your way to profitability? Good equipment maintenance. It’s critical to minimize your downtime and help keep your costs lower than you might imagine. In fact, with the right strategy in place, it might be possible to lengthen the life of the machinery to truly maximize profits. What can you do? Take a look at these tips.