The Maintenance Execution Partnership (MEP) is our new service offering in the Nordic Region as part of our service portfolio for Maintenance and Asset Care.
In a Maintenance Execution Partnership, Quant have as a focus among other things, to improve Over All Craft Efficiency (OCE), to realize untapped potential within the field of Craft Utilization, Performance, and Methods/Quality.
As an example, to quantify the potential value, let’s assume a workforce in the Maintenance department of 100 people at a Plant, with an average labour cost of Euro 40 per hour and average productivity (Working + Planning time) of 37%.
In this case, the Plant losses approx. Euro 4.6 million each year in non-productive time from low utilization of maintenance workforce, time which could be used to improve Mean Down Time of Assets and reduce other losses.
Typically, surveys and baseline measurements in asset heavy industry show that only about 30 to 45 percent of an seven-hour day is devoted to actual, hands-on ”wrench time” in the maintenance department.
Quant has several reference cases on a Global level, where the Maintenance Execution Partnership have realized sustainable values for our clients in Metal and Mining, Chemical and Pulp & Paper industry.
In the Nordic region, Quant recently formed a major Partnership with Alcoa, where Quant took over maintenance execution of their Aluminum smelter site in Mosjoen, Norway. All in all, transferring some 140 employees with responsibility for maintenance as well as support in major CAPEX projects and overhaul.
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In a maintenance department, only about 30 to 45 percent of the working day is devoted to actual and practical maintenance work. This is shown by several different surveys within heavy industry. With the help of modern processes, developed service culture and digital technology, it is possible to improve maintenance by 10 to 20 percent.
Industry has changed to a modern way of work, but how is it affecting the customers? In this webinar, Patrick Svensson will talk about how Quant create strong customer value through the new Maintenance Execution Partnership concept. Are you interested in learning more about the development within the maintenance industry? Please sign up for our webinar!
Industry has changed to a modern way of work, but how is it affecting the customers? Surveys show that only about 30 to 45 percent of the working day in a heavy industry maintenance department is devoted to actual maintenance work, i.e. planning and carrying out maintenance. In this webinar, Patrick Svensson, Business development manager for Quant Europe, will talk about how Quant create strong customer value through the new Maintenance Execution Partnership concept. Are you interested in learning more about the development within the maintenance industry? Please sign up for our webinar!