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If one looks at the main market indexes, between one third and one half of companies on those indexes belong to the industrial sector: automotive, power generation, basic materials, chemicals, consumer goods, et cetera. Those companies spend on average 2 – 5% of plant replacement value per year on maintenance. About one third of this cost is maintenance labor.
The maintenance work that gets done every day in factories around the world is typically inefficient, from a Lean perspective: time is wasted, different tasks are not properly coordinated, job durations are overestimated and job plans, when they exist, are thus “inflated” to cover up the inefficiency.
All this happens because maintenance tends to be the “forgotten” area of efficiency in industrial companies, as much of the improvements are carried out on the (literally) productive areas of the factories. When companies set out to “improve” maintenance, they typically do it through budget cuts that can risk the reliability of the equipment.
The authors believe there is a better way to do more with the same resources through a careful
review of the current way of working and the introduction of Lean.
With this book , the authors try to bring to maintenance managers and practitioners the tools they
need to quickly improve efficiency (in a matter of weeks) without any investment.