Anyone that has ever had multiple triggers on objects in Salesforce knows that it can be very painful to manage them. Because of the way Salesforce chooses to run the triggers your code can be run in a non-deterministic order. In addition to this, having to sort through multiple files to find the one piece of code you are looking to update can be painful.
To combat this, you can take your triggers and condense them down into a single trigger and a single class. Inside this class you would have a method containing each of your individual triggers.