Wastepro Case Study

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Wastepro is a privately held company that focuses on customer services and efficient operation management. Wastepro’s primary business is municipal hauling services. The scope of the business entails a close relationship with the southwest Florida community in both its business activities and social responsibility. The company is deemed as southwest Florida’s fastest growing solid waste company. There are eighty service locations in nine states, one hundred seventy-nine municipal franchises, two thousand five hundred collection vehicles, three thousand employees and over two million customers that Wastepro attends to. Their employees are front runners when it comes to priorities. Wastepro articulates that their employees are the most important …show more content…
Banasiak I realized that the company is based on unity and respect. I was luckily enough to get a tour of the company itself and have firsthand experience. Mr. Banasiak knew each employee by name and they were all willing to help us throughout the tour. This kind of environment makes the process activities much more efficient. In the planning stage of each contract Mr. Banasiak will have to determine if Wastepro will be able to make the projected revenue. If the contract is feasible then he will go through with the proposal. Each month the actual revenue is compared to the projected. If Wastepro falls short then some adjustments will have to be made to ensure that there is not a repeat. Some changes that might take place includes route change, staff rotation etc. All these measures are done to fix any unforeseen …show more content…
Each truck is inspected for any defects that might be found on the trucks.The tires are measured and the pressure is recorded. If the tires are worn out to a certain point then that is also noted. Wastepro does not buy new tires but rethreads them. This technique makes the trucks easier to maintain throughout the business long and successful history. By rethreading the trucks instead of buying new ones Wastepro is to save money on maintenance. If a serious problem is evident then the mechanic will be alerted about the situation. The mechanic will have a list of the problems and use the required tools to fix it. If the parts are not in stock then it will be ordered. For example, if the bumper of a truck is dented or severely damaged the mechanic that problem will be noted. The mechanic would then fix the truck’s bumper in the afternoon or the following

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