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  2LaGrange Train Controller

So are you saying that all the companies on the creditors list like CFCLA,ARTC,Cargills for example are incompetent ? Hiring out a wheelbarrow or a ladder is a bit different to the rail lease game.

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So are you saying that all the companies on the creditors list like CFCLA,ARTC,Cargills for example are incompetent ? Hiring out a wheelbarrow or a ladder is a bit different to the rail lease game.
2LaGrange
Putting Cargills to the side, I'd suggest that the other 2 that you mentioned screwed up. you can call it incompetent if you like but most large companies have a credit controller. It is their job to weigh risk against reward. The evidence that we have seen so far would suggest that those credit controllers should probably consider if they could have could have done things better. If a customer screws you over then ladder or locomotive is irrelevant. You've still done your dough.
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
So are you saying that all the companies on the creditors list like CFCLA,ARTC,Cargills for example are incompetent ? Hiring out a wheelbarrow or a ladder is a bit different to the rail lease game.
2LaGrange


If they let their debtors blow out - yes. That is bad management.
I don't know what wheelbarrows and ladders have to do with this discussion, but I suspect that you are making unjustified assumptions, and I will act accordingly and establish some bona fides. My experience was with multi-thousand dollar equipment, hired to industry only, not to walk-ins. The industries ranged from marine salvage to gas pipeline construction, mining and so on. This business was conducted right across Australia, and subsequently New Zealand, after I was sent there in 1995 to start the NZ operation from scratch.
I know the hire game; you don't.
  QSB6.7 Chief Train Controller

Location: Going off the rails on a crazy train.
Also being in the hire game, I have assisted in equipment recovery from workplaces.  Even to the point when then equipment was in operation and a rep from my company told the driver to shut it down, while the semi-trailer was backing up near it (for the machine to be loaded onto).

Even if it was a ladder or wheel barrow, the principle is the same, just the scale of economy is different.

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