Motion Industries, Inc., a leading distributor of maintenance, repair and operation replacement parts and premier provider of industrial technology solutions, is pleased to announce the newest Motion Ai facility, located at 71 Cherry Hill Drive, Beverly, Massachusetts, 01915.
Motion Industries, Inc., a leading distributor of maintenance, repair and operation replacement parts, and a premier provider of industrial technology solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of the new Motion Ai website, https://ai.motion.com.
Net Results Group (NRG), a leader specializing in MRO master data management for over twenty-five years, today released MRO3i 4.0, the next generation of the company’s master data management solution for asset intensive organizations.
In many industries, the Maintenance, Repair & Operation (MRO) represents almost 50 to 60% of plant maintenance cost. Any small improvement or effort to control this big monster should have an impact on business cash generation and cost-savings, as well as leading to improve spare parts availability and plant reliability performance.
Hosny Elsayed, Mine & Refinery Reliability Manager at Ma’aden said, “We are one of the most reliable organizations; we are Uptime Award winners. And winning the Uptime Award is testimony to the Ma’aden Operational Excellence DNA that is present in all our business aspects.”
The definition and concept of reliability remains elusive in terms of application. Ask as many folks as you can to explain what reliability means to them or their situation and the responses will vary wildly. This can be especially nebulous among the decision makers for resource allocation, but what they usually want is lower costs and more quality output.
Under ISO55000, a company must demonstrate that it is managing its assets from project phase to end of life. However, at many companies, the creation of maintenance, repair and operating (MRO) spare parts master data is typically done very badly at the project phase and continues into the asset ownership phase.
Predictive maintenance (PdM) is a very hot topic, and rightly so. Holding the promise of cutting down costly unplanned maintenance events, it’s one of those areas where the hopes of saving a lot of money are very real.
Managing your inventory levels correctly can mean the difference between machinery that has broken down and is slowing down the assembly line or a smoothly running machine that is boosting productivity.
In today’s competitive industry, no company can afford downtimes and delays in production due to missing parts. With increased competition, companies depend on their supply chain to be leaner, healthier and faster than the competition.
A universal situation in the world of the maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) supply chain is that managing the process consumes an inordinate amount of time from all plant departments. The MRO spend is only six to 10 percent of a plant’s total, but it absorbs 70 to 80 percent of all transactions and causes 50 percent of the emergencies affecting plant reliability.
As anyone with a hand in running a household knows, it’s important to keep a stockpile of key items. You certainly don’t want to find out the hard way that you’re on your last square of toilet paper! But in the case of a facility like a power plant, a missing spare part could be more than just a nuisance, it could be downright expensive.
Determining the appropriate spare parts to have on hand in a large facility, however, can be tricky. This is especially true after building a facility from the ground up, when you don’t have a frame of reference for which spare parts you’re most likely to need first.
Most organizations deal with this in one of two ways: 1) they guess or 2) they purchase according to a spares list provided by an equipment vendor.
Interloc Solutions is pleased to announce our newest App Store addition to the Mobile Informer family -- InformerIM. InformerIM is a complete warehouse management solution, covering all common warehouse management tasks including issuing and returning, receiving and transferring, and counting and shipping for IBM Maximo.