AIP Assessment Calculates Over $270,000
In Net Savings In The First Year

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Overview

This global pharmaceuticals company opperates across four continents and turned to MaxGrip for assistance improving their asset management strategy.

MaxGrip was brought on board to optimize their maintenance approach through our Asset Improvement Program (AIP) assessment. By mapping their current situation and generating a clear-cut action plan, MaxGrip was able to project over $270,000 in net savings for the first year.

Approach: AIP Assessment

The AIP assessment was done through interviews with key representatives of production, materials management, and maintenance. Interview responses are supported through review of documentation and evidence provided.

20 individuals were interviewed, including personnel from maintenance, upper management, reliability engineering, procurement, warehousing and production. Additionally, asset hierarchy, Critically Analysis, RCM studies, RCA’s, WO history, spare parts inventory and other documents were collected in conjunction with various facility walkdowns.

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Recommended Action Plan

MaxGrip proposed a four point action plan to optimize this company’s maintenance approach and reduce overall costs. The action plan included four categories:

  • Work process control – Roles needed to be clearly defined and responsibilities for all support functions defined within the new plan
  • Asset criticality – The current asset criticality distribution requires validating utilizing multidisciplinary inputs across all support functions defined in the new plan
  • Reliability – Formal RCA (Root Cause Analysis) /FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) processes need development to establish defensible maintenance strategies for critical equipment
  • PM optimization – Finally, utilize newly validated asset criticality to drive risk-based maintenance strategies on critical equipment

Results: $270,000 In net savings and reduction in low criticality PMs

MaxGrip’s AIP assessment projected over $270,000 in net savings through asset management optimization within the first year. By moving low criticality PMs from time-based calibrations to a condition-based calibration strategy, low criticality PMs could be reduced by 50% and save up to 3000 man-hours per year. An additional $12,500 will be saved by increasing the on hand spare parts in the warehouse for PM work orders.

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Christian Tinajero, CMRP

Christian Tinajero, CMRP

VICE PRESIDENT AMERICAS

+1 (844) 629 4747
christian.tinajero@maxgrip.com

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