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Thankless to Thankful Maintenance

                                    THANKLESS TO THANKFUL MAINTENANCE

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE FOLLOWING?

  • Does maintenance productivity in your plant
    need continuous improvement?
  • Should inefficient maintenance activities
    present in your plant in different forms,
    known or unknown, be effectively
    controlled?
  • Should your maintenance personnel work as
    cost effective team that contributes
    effectively towards the overall economics of
    your company?
  • Do you know that maintenance is all about
    strong roots and that ultimate fruits of
    production and profits depend a great deal on
    them?
  • Do you see maintenance as a thankless job?
    Do you wonder – how could you make it
    a thankful experience?
  • Do you perceive change for better – Right
    things first; then do right things; and further
    innovate better right things?


DON’T YOU NEED THE FOLLOWING TO CHANGE MAINTENANCE IMAGE IN YOUR PLANT?

  • Zero breakdowns
  • Minimum downtime
  • Total control on resource losses and wastage
  • Maximum overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)
  • Higher productivity
  • Minimum life cycle costs (LCC)
  • Maximum profitability & ROI
  • Absence of interruptions and delays
  • Time efficient maintenance methods
  • Shorter response time for attending breakdowns
  • Effective maintenance planning
  • Efficient operation of preventive
        maintenance programme
  • Cost effective maintenance practices
  • Integration of predictive maintenance techniques
  • Root cause breakdown analysis
  • Improved reliability and maintainability of
        production machines & systems
  • Optimum spares inventory and effective
        control of non-moving items
  • Energy conservation programmes
  • Safety and safe practices
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Total productivity improvement in plant operations
  • Regular training of maintenance personnel for
        perpetual improvement
  • Motivated workforce and peak performance of
        maintenance teams
  • High labour utilization and efficiency
  • Continuous improvement, etc.

  • IMME’S TRAINING PROGRAMMES AND COURSES HELP TO BUILD “THANKFUL” MAINTENANCE IMAGE

    IMME’s training programmes and courses are offered to a number of maintenance engineers, supervisors and technicians to add new dimensions to their skills, competence and efficiency; facilitate improvement of maintenance management functions and productivity; assist in reducing maintenance & manufacturing costs; and promote excellence in maintenance work activities in their plants.