If you’re like many people around the world, the recent Ebola outbreak has caused many people to stop and take a second look or pay more attention to illness symptoms.
Since February more than 900 people have died due to the Ebola epidemic that has no real cure.
And just like the Ebola outbreak, for many of those who died, the symptoms seemed like normal cold symptoms. However, the misdiagnosis led to future problems, which as we all know were very dangerous and fatal.
What’s Our Point?
Our point is that the exact same can happen in the construction business IF you misdiagnose the equipment and tools you’ll need in order to keep up with demand in the future.
By NOT getting the used heavy equipment you need well AHEAD of time could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, which could kill any construction business.
Check this out: Just today, Nancy Writebol, 59, arrived in the United States after being flown overnight from Liberia to be treated at Emory University Hospital.
Kent Brantly, 33, an Ebola-infected American doctor, was admitted into the same hospital on Saturday.
This is the first time that Ebola has been treated inside the United States, yet medical officials say that there’s no immediate harm to the general public.
Well, believe that if you want, but the best thing to do is to educate yourself about the epidemic and prepare yourself as much as possible to decrease your chances of contracting it.
And just like you can prepare for the Ebola outbreak that we here in the US are now faced with, you MUST do the same if you plan to stay in the construction industry for a long time.
The great news for you is that when it comes to buying and or selling used heavy equipment, EHE is the place that YOU can call home.
EHE empowers buyers and sellers of used heavy equipment with exactly what they need to get the job done. So educate and prepare yourself so when threats arise, you will be immune.