Well maintained and properly operated equipment will produce quality product at targeted costs. However, if equipment is not cared for, problems begin to arise with meeting schedules, producing acceptable product, and overrunning costs, not to mention adverse employee and supervisory attitudes. Then it seems that the harder one pushes, the greater the problems. What happens is that when early symptoms of poor maintenance are overlooked, a “disease” develops.
KeywordsPreventive Maintenance Work Center Maintenance Problem Major Repair Emergency Work
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