Total Productive Maintenance

Venue: Legend Hotel

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event Date/Time: Jul 07, 2008 End Date/Time: Jul 08, 2008
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Learn how to use TPM “Total Productive Maintenance” – one of the most fundamental enablers of Lean Manufacturing. Reliable equipment reduces work-in-process inventories, reduces processing delays, improves flow, improves quality, and eliminates many “waiting” wastes. TPM, which addresses people, their equipment, and the work processes they use, is an equipment management approach that focuses the total organization on improving equipment reliability and performance. TPM also links many reliability programs together for a new business strategy that focuses on results and changes the work culture along the way. Below are improvements from TPM that can be experienced in a typical manufacturing environment over a relatively short period of six to twelve months.
* Capacity improvements of 25% to 65%
* Quality improvements of 25% to 50%
* Maintenance cost savings of 10% to 50%
* Reduction in unplanned maintenance hours of 10% to 60%