Even as demand for industrial products continues to hold strong, the manufacturing landscape remains as competitive as ever, with rising costs and competition making already-slim profit margins even tighter. To remain healthy and viable, manufacturers must examine every single area of operations in order to find potential cost savings, and equipment health and efficiency — driven by maintenance— are two such factors that can make a major difference in the bottom line. Equipment downtime is among the most significant resource drains in manufacturing. Downtime is not only detrimental on its own, but also can be an underlying factor in numerous other issues that can plague the pursuit of effective, profitable operations. Taking steps to reduce equipment downtime can counteract these issues and have an extensive positive impact. Rather than requiring emergency maintenance, emergency replacement parts, or missing deadlines; heed the information found within the resource paired alongside this post to avoid any extended periods of downtime on your fleet of equipment.
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