Managers of large and complex production facilities know that maintenance can make or break their production performance. Yet in decades of “asset management” evolution and countless metrics, there has rarely been an example of where the effectiveness of maintenance activity is directly and consistently measured by its impact upon production output.
This paper demonstrates a direct relationship between maintenance activity and “Production Performance”. It outlines a fresh and powerful approach to assess the effectiveness of asset management functions, and to allocate maintenance resources accordingly.
This paper will be of interest to owners and managers of large and complex industrial facilities. Flagstaff can assist with its substantial experience in industrial asset management and performance optimization.
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