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What makes OEE successful?
Date: 03 January 2012
Why OEE is typically the second step on the road to efficiency for bottling and packaging plants
It is generally acknowledged that the first step towards plant efficiency is to do the practical things, typically instigated by lean six sigma consultants. OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is most effective when it is used to support, reinforce and further improve on this first step. However, there is sometimes a lack of understanding about its operation, objectives and outcomes, both generically and in an application specific context. Here, Richard Stone, General Manager of EmsPT, analyses the potential for the technique to be applied in bottling and filling plants.
Date: 02 May 2012
Available now on our website whitepaper on OEE
Manufacturing IT operations and performance specialist EmsPT has released a white paper which explains how manufacturers can use scheduling techniques and software to bring together Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and On Time Delivery in Full (OTDiF). Entitled A perfectly imperfect world, the white paper is completely free.
Date: 31 August 2012