The NTDA was recently made aware of a program to potentially save your dealership labor, money and to breathe new life into old wood. MillionMileOak (MMO) is a specialist in managing the removal and disposition of worn-out trailer floors. The company is offering a pilot program to remove and reclaim wood for repurposing in a unique and beneficial way.
If you’re aiming for a more cost-effective, hassle-free, and socially responsible approach for your old flooring, here’s a way you could make a significant difference in your company.
By reducing or eliminating labor-intensive tasks of removal and disposing of scape flooring, your organization can reduce operational costs, freeing up more resources for your primary business activities.
How can you reduce costs and give your old flooring a new lease on life?
They have a process to remove wood without disturbing the trailer structure. They can manage the entire operation or help you manage it, including removal, storage, and distribution. They have a network of reclaimed wood outlets and individuals who can skillfully repurpose it, giving these materials new life.
Think of MMO as your ally to improve your journey towards sustainable change. It represents an important shift in the industry’s approach to waste management and environmental protection. Reclaiming and repurposing wood from the trailer industry drastically reduces landfill waste and offers a cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution.
Teaming up offers many benefits. It allows your organization to contribute to a circular economy, minimizing waste and maximizing the use of materials. Also, it aligns your operations with global sustainability efforts, gaining the respect of various stakeholders.
This alliance can set your brand apart in a competitive market, fostering stronger relationships with your customer base and potentially driving sales growth.
You will also help in generating jobs, from those involved in the recovery process to artisans crafting the reclaimed wood into new and valuable products.