Posts Tagged ‘overall equipment effectiveness’

Improving Food and Beverage Manufacturing Reliability

Posted in Food & Beverage on Thursday, January 10th, 2019. No comments yet
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Food & beverage manufacturers are driven by consumers not only to maintain high levels of consistency with existing products, but also to develop and deliver new, experiential products. Maintaining consistency and running new production lines require reliable operations to stay competitive and deliver returns to fund new developments. Emerson’s Dennis Belanger , a reliability expert […]

Operational Excellence in Packaging Operations is Key to Remaining Competitive in Today’s Market

Posted in Packaging, Reliability on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018. One comment so far
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Author: Derek Thomas Today’s manufacturers of consumer packaged goods (CPGs) are facing new and significant challenges stemming from extraordinary changes in consumer preferences, increasing global competitiveness and a diminishing skilled-labor workforce. Unchecked, these challenges undermine the ability to meet market demand and threaten profitability of CPG companies. What’s more, the decades-old approach of simply cutting […]

The Path to Reliable Performance

Posted in Asset Optimization, Reliability on Monday, December 19th, 2016. One comment so far
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Whether it’s your car or an asset in your production facility, running it to failure can be costly, unsafe and inconvenient. In terms of maintenance reliability, the U.S. National Response center noted that “…it costs 50% more to repair a broken component than one that was addressed prior to its failure.” And that statistic does […]