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Wayne R. Worthington CFA

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President, Global Financial Institutions

Transamerica Corporation

Director, Acquisitions - Senior Investment Professional

AEGON N.V.

Vice President of Sales

Wayne Engineering Corporation

Affiliations

Committee Member
CFA Society of Iowa, Board of Directors

Education

MBA

Business

Boston University

BS MetE

Metallurgical Engineering

Iowa State University

Web References (10 Total References)


Spotlight-on-Mobile-Refuse-Transport-Equipment

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According to Wayne Worthington, vice president of sales for Wayne Engineering, "Satellite transfer is perfect for servicing subdivisions or other locales that are detached somewhat from the rest of the route. The smaller trucks are maneuverable and are good for tight areas, alleyways, and back door service, getting in and out of these areas very quickly. Then they couple up to a much larger, rear loader and transfer the contents on the fly," he said.


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According to Wayne Worthington, vice president of sales for Wayne Engineering, "Satellite transfer is perfect for servicing subdivisions or other locales that are detached somewhat from the rest of the route. The smaller trucks are maneuverable and are good for tight areas, alleyways, and back door service, getting in and out of these areas very quickly. Then they couple up to a much larger, rear loader and transfer the contents on the fly," he said.

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Wayne Worthington 319-266-1721


MSW Management | Barriers to Automated Collection Systems

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We found that Wayne Worthington of the Wayne Engineering Corporation in Cedar Falls, IA, was a little more bullish of today's automated vehicle market share as compared to the in-service market, but not much.He estimates that about 10,000 refuse trucks are sold each year and that only about 1,500 of them are fully automated.That's 15%, but he concedes that the rate of growth is slow."The sales rate of automated trucks grew a lot in the mid-'90s, from about 1,000 per year to today's 1,500 per year," he notes, "but recently the total annual sales have only been increasing by about 400 trucks a year."

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While conceding that the capital costs are indeed higher, Worthington insists that this is the easiest of the objections to overcome."We simply have to point out specifically and quantitatively how the increased productivity made possible with an automated system will more than offset the difference in capital costs and pay for itself in a reasonable period of time.We provide prospective buyers with referrals to other municipalities like theirs, and we use cost comparison worksheets that combine operational costs with capital costs [with an amortization schedule they are comfortable with] for both an automated system and the collection system they are currently using.This comparative analysis provides them with the monthly costs per home for each of the two systems."
Table 1 summarizes such a comparative cost analysis of two-man rearloaders and automated sideloaders that Wayne prepared for a small, 43,000-resident community in Illinois.
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"Automated collection trucks do have the reputation of being more expensive to maintain than do manual collection trucks," Worthington concedes.
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In the cost analysis Wayne performed three years ago (Table 1), the monthly maintenance cost for the automated truck was $5,500 a month; that's $2,200 a month more than the comparable maintenance costs for each manual truck in the town's existing fleet.
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Worthington reports that Wayne has just introduced a managed shutdown system to protect its collection trucks from expensive breakdowns."If a radiator gets too low and starts to overheat, the system will both visually and aurally alert the driver," he points out.
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"That turns out to be a phantom issue," Worthington scoffs.
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"First we determined that you can physically drive a sideloader down any alley that will accept a rearloader," Worthington relates.


American Recycler

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According to Wayne Worthington, vice president of sales for Wayne Engineering, "Satellite transfer is perfect for servicing subdivisions or other locales that are detached somewhat from the rest of the route.The smaller trucks are maneuverable and are good for tight areas, alleyways, and back door service, getting in and out of these areas very quickly.Then they couple up to a much larger, rear loader and transfer the contents on the fly," he said.

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New Sales Manager | Wayne Engineering

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