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supply chain goal setting

Departments have their own organizational structure, leadership styles, cultures, performance measurements, and more. However, the customer is only satisfied when the value-add from each department and supplier integrates into a holistic process. Read more…

End To End Supply Chain Flow

Supply Chain Management (SCM) can be defined as the management of materials and information as they move in a process from suppliers to manufacturers to other Caterpillar facilities, distribution centers, and dealers. Read more…

machine shop

The most common prescription to correct the cause of an accident or mistake is training. Training in itself is not a total solution. It is important that the operators or maintenance technicians understand the proper Read more…

Maintenance Manager

One of the key steps that your organization should take into account when writing, or updating, its operations and maintenance procedures is to build mistake proofing into those procedures. To do this, there are two steps that must take place during the procedure writing process. Read more…

poka-yoke

Removing human error, or mistake proofing, is a key component of creating an efficient manufacturing process. So key, in fact, that it has its own unique term to describe it – Poka-yoke. Read more…

roadtosuccess

We are all susceptible to making mistakes.  After all, we are only human, right?  It is part of the trial and error process of learning.  Sometimes the mistake is due to ignorance, such as a toddler touching a hot stove and learning not to do it again.  And sometimes the error is from lack of attention, like clothing thrown on top of an electric heater and catching fire. Read more…

AC Motor

Introduction

Electric motors are literally the driving force behind many industrial and residential processes. They provide rotational force to a large span of equipment from a large 500 HP motor spinning a centrifugal compressor to the small fan cooling your laptop. Motor failure can cause a complete production unit shutdown and millions of dollars in lost revenue. There are many methods for analyzing electric motor faults to predict failures. Read more…

Work Anniversary

You are…terrifically tireless, exceptionally excellent, abundantly appreciated, and magnificent beyond words! So glad you’re a part of our Team. Happy Anniversary!

Celebrating anniversaries this month include:

  • Laura deSouza – 5 years on 10/04
  • Mike Miller – 13 years on 10/07
  • Audrey Craver – 8 years on 10/08
  • Rich Bryant – 19 years on 10/15
  • Mitch Williams – 3 years on 10/16
  • Mike Wheeler – 10 years on 10/28

One of the single most frustrating and costly problems that befall companies is the unexpected failure of machinery. From pumps to conveyors, or any other type of machine used, there is never a shortage of maintenance required to keep things running smoothly. The only way to combat these seemingly random issues is with a robust and effective Predictive Maintenance (PdM) system. The ability to prevent unexpected losses of time, as Read more…

Mechanical Thermography

Let’s face it – maintenance can be expensive. Maybe not as expensive as the cost of lost production when neglected equipment starts to fail, but the price tag on a team of experienced maintenance technicians, a robust spare parts inventory, a CMMS used to track and schedule work, and any lost production for scheduled equipment downtime can really add up fast. Read more…