Areyou ready to decrease asset downtime and save hundreds of thousands of dollars?

Maintenance managers know the day-to-day hiccups that accompany the job that ultimately throws off the team’s productivity. Factors like unscheduled downtime, technician inefficiencies and out-of-stock products can turn a well-oiled maintenance plan upside down.

While there are plenty of issues that influence a manager’s day, nothing is worse than hearing the dreaded words: budget cut.

One of the most common questions that we hear from our customers is “How can a Maintenance Management System save me money?”

Effective Asset Health Management will reveal how you can save money by:

  • Extending asset lifespans and decease downtime
  • Reducing material and MRO inventory costs
  • Improving labour productivity
  • Using simple mobile technology

Whether you are managing thousands of assets, or still using a paper spreadsheet, improving Asset Health will guide you to Maintenance Management Excellence!

It goes without saying that we are all extremely careful to make sure that our vehicle is regularly serviced and maintained. We want to ensure that it will run more safely, economically and efficiently as well as last longer, therefore preserving our asset investment for the future.

The same holds true for equipment at your manufacturing plant or facility. A large investment has been made to establish your plant or facility, so it makes sense to effectively manage the health of your assets that are producing your products, which are the lifeblood of your company.

A Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) records the assets your company owns and manages, alerts you when maintenance work needs to be performed on your assets, and provides you with information about spare parts, costs, and asset failures. It will assist you to lower costs, boost efficiency and extend equipment life.

The manufacturing industry is the sixth largest employer in the United States. Because of this, a solid maintenance strategy is critical for manufacturing facilities to perform at peak performance and meet customer demands.

Contact Joe  Schoeman and the Schorp  Group  Team for more information.

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