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It is very often best to make use of an independent consulting company to assist and perform maintenance benchmarking, obtaining professional and expert advice and receive council.  Our consultants liaise with clients and other consultancies to compare, deliberate or compare views.

We focus our efforts to make a difference; changing, improving, encouraging, guiding, counselling people who are and want to continuously grow. 

Various maintenance benchmarking strategies exist.  The following are the main areas we use to benchmark your maintenance department:

  1. Maintenance Costs
  2. Breakdown Potential
  3. Plant Availability Analysis
  4. Overall Equipment Efficiency
  5. Maintenance Procedures
  6. Maintenance Strategies
  7. Maintenance Resources
  8. Spare Part Inventory

Most important is to understand where the figures and data come from during a benchmarking exercise.  Consistency and transparency is critical, so one can measure any changes and over time, compare "apples with apples".  We would apply an international standard for benchmarking; VDI 2886, A Guide to Benchmarking Design.

We would encourage you to foster partnerships when performing benchmarking.  Potential partnerships might be formed with:

  1. technical institutes
  2. universities
  3. consultants
  4. other companies in different industries utilizing similar systems
  5. other sister branches or companies
  6. your competitors
  7. your partners

 


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