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MHEDA Training - Parts & Service Management
Chicago, United States - 14th and 15th Nov 2003
Seminar / workshop

Who is teaching - Jim Ripkey, MHEDA Member
Who should attend - Parts Managers
Service Managers, Branch Managers, Operations Managers
Anyone interested in more effective Parts & Service Department Management

14th and 15th Nov 2003

Holiday Inn O’Hare International (Chicago, IL)

Attendees will learn and discuss real world Indicators of Effectiveness for their Parts & Service Departments. Issued discussed will include fleet management; utilizing technology; inventory reports management; vendor management and staff training. - Managing Service - Managing Parts - Fleet Management - Technology - Special Topics - Financial statement analysis - Highly effective Planned Maintenance programs - Parts & Service Roundtable Discussions

$595 Member Early Bird Registration (before September 14) $625 Member Registration $795 Non-Member Registration

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