Maintenance Management

In most cases, companies today do not have exclusivity in their assets and processes when providing a product or service to the marketplace. In reality, most companies use the same raw materials and assets to produce their goods or services.
Many companies see maintenance as a necessary evil an expense to the organisation and a non-value added function. However competitive companies view maintenance as an essential tool in creating competitive advantage through, reducing the cost of products or services. They use this cost advantage to lower prices improve profit margin and increase shareholder value. Where we can help you:
  • Maintenance Assessments, Benchmarking and Audits
  • Developing Performance indicators for Managing Maintenance
  • Maintenance Skills Assessment and Training Needs Analysis
  • Maintenance Strategy Development
  • Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) and PM Optimisation (PMO)
  • Maintenance Performance Measurement
  • CMMS and EAM System Specification, Selection and Implementation
  • Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Improvement
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
  • Maintenance Benchmarking
  • Maintenance Management Training
  • Root Cause Analysis (RCA)