Faculty from TRSA's Maintenance Management Institute (MMI) explain best practices for optimizing parts replacement and other inventory tasks to keep preventive maintenance on schedule and avoid production slowdowns when machines go bad. A strong program maintains an in-house supply of spares recognized as:
• Difficult to source: not locally available
• Requiring long lead time to acquire: manufacturer pulls/ships slowly
• Unique: no ready substitute
• Needed as replacements for items quickly nearing their lives’ end: belts, hoses, motors
This presentation will lead you into the future of automated maintenance, prompting you to consider more technical approaches to tracking what you have, when you got it, its costs, what models it’s used on and more.
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