Materials Management for Maintenance Seminar
During this value packed 3 day seminar taking place in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, you will learn how to identify obsolete materials, how to set up a cycle count program, how to kit parts for PMs, how to evaluate and identify critical spares, how to establish the minimum and maximum quantities for each spare part and much more.
Optimize your MRO cost and process NOW!
Inventory and materials costs can make or break an organization. Estimates suggest that almost 30% of maintenance costs are MRO related, of which 35% are simply the carrying costs. Uncontrolled inventory leads to uncontrolled cost. Organizations that do not have the right materials, in the right quantity, at the right time suffer from large cost increases due to lead time delays, increased equipment downtime, increased over time, and last minute shipping cost.
During this value packed 3 day seminar , you will learn how to identify obsolete materials, how to set up a cycle count program, how to kit parts for PMs, how to evaluate and identify critical spares, how to establish the minimum and maximum quantities for each spare part and much more. You will leave this seminar with a clear understanding of what you need to do to improve your storeroom and how to do it. Plus, you’ll receive an implementation plan to help you guide your improvement efforts!
Maintenance technicians ‘squirrel away’ parts around the facility because they have no confidence in the storeroom. If this is happening at your facility, you must optimize NOW!
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