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  • Technology and equipment obsolescence;
  • Low and missing resource availability;
  • Difficulty obtaining the necessary parts budget;
  • Frequent and non-planned shut-downs;
  • High equipment repair costs;
  • Diminished equipment safety;
  • Employee time lost completing changes and repairs;
  • Bad management of machine parts inventory;
  • High subcontracting costs.

Our Approach

  • Definition of equipment, contributors, constraints and stakes;
  • Measurement of failure rates and frequency;
  • Equipment "criticity" analysis, bottlenecks, flow, autonomous equipment, literature and instructions from the manufacturer;
  • Implementation of procedures, scheduled maintenance, dashboard and indicators;
  • Padlock planning, methodology development and implementation;
  • Control procedures, training and reports to managers.

Anticipated Results

  • Reduction in non-planned shut-downs;
  • Reduction in equipment failure;
  • Increase in productivity;
  • Increase in equipment life expectancy;
  • Increase in equipment and global safety;
  • Maintenance autonomy;
  • Employee trained and ownership of maintenance efficiency responsibility.

For the company that wishes to prevent and plan its maintenance in order to optimize production efficiency and safety instead of staying in a reactive mode.

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