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Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Chain Sys Corporation Follow. Published in: Business , Technology. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. While software helps to achieve this by providing the capability to improvemaintenance schedules, increase uptime and enhance reliability and risk management policies, lack ofaccurate and timely data in your system results in most organizations unable to truly take advantage ofthe system.
Providing master, referential and transactional data requires precise planning and execution. Fully deploying an Asset Management System can lead to improvements in production, reduced costs,and greater profitability. Leveraging an eAM system requires a collaborative environment betweeninternal organizations and their suppliers. Any unplanneddowntime disrupts schedules, costs money and delays on-time deliveries. An eAM system can becomethe cornerstone of the foundation for obtaining reliability of capital equipment and ultimately help thebusiness produce greater profits.
Completing a successful ERP project requires many activities to come together at just the right time. Oneaspect of the project that can become very problematic for process industries is the capture and loadingof data. This subject will be explored by reviewing the best practices performed by an aluminum industrygiant that enabled project management controls and data management controls to successfully completea large scale implementation on time.
Background of Alcoa, Inc. Alcoahad completed several acquisitions of other vertically integrated aluminum companies and needed to beable to align all operating units for better, faster reporting and decision making processes. The Primary Metals business unit represented the core process of smelting operations that producedaluminum metal in various shapes and sizes in both pure and alloyed blends.
Aluminum was consumedby downstream units of Alcoa that produced thousands of products serving many business sectorsincluding transportation, food and beverage packages, building materials, powders, electricalcomponents, etc. At set frequencies,the molten aluminum is tapped from the smelting pots and delivered to a casting operation to be weighed,graded, blended with other molten aluminum, alloyed and then cast into various shapes and sizes. Thenature of the manufacturing operations in the casting operation was a clear candidate for the OracleProcess Manufacturing module.
An additional 10 smelters and 8 refineries arelocated around the world. Due to the aforementioned acquisitions, there were no standard businessprocesses for measuring equipment uptime, failures, planned vs. Processes from purchasing, plant maintenance, maintenance parts and materials, inventorymanagement, finished goods inventory control, shipping, invoicing, etc. Alcoa partnered with Oracleto define, build and test the first release of the eAM system.
Achieving a high level of equipment reliability and availability is a critical keyperformance measure. Alcoa depends upon an aggressive management process for maintaining plantand equipment and the eAM system is the foundation for achieving this goal.
Operational readiness is acritical factor as is ensuring all planned and predicative maintenance is completed on schedule. Eliminating failures and reducing unplanned outages are the goals when optimizing productionoperations. Why Deploy an eAM System with Integrated Supply ChainImplementing a powerful maintenance system is the foundation for any business reaching for operationalexcellence and reliability. An asset maintenance system must be capable of defining equipment at thelowest level of maintainable components and parts.
Identifying crucial parts on all equipment enablesaccurate bills of materials needed for any repair or replacement activity. Extending the life of capital assets is healthy for a profitable business as is ensuring the useful life meetsor exceeds the expected life of the assets. By planning and executing preventative maintenance activities, optimal asset life can be achieved andsustained.
Simply replacing lubricants at the correct frequency can add years to the life of motors, shafts,engines, etc. Production output can be optimized, plant schedules can be met and customer deliveries can hit targetdates when production equipment runs when expected.
Avoiding unplanned downtimes can eliminatescheduling failures. There are many hidden costs associated with unplanned failures. Unplanned outages generally alwaysrequire unexpected maintenance activities. These activities can be overtime labor, expediting delivery ofparts that are not kept in inventory at escalated delivery fees, and pulling away from plannedmaintenance on other work to address unplanned activities.
These costs can be x the cost of what therepair work could have been if it were done within planned maintenance work.
Reliability of operating equipment has become a critical metric for optimized plant operations. In addition, by analyzing for the weakest point in a piece of hardware, the engineercan seek improved engineered solutions to eliminate the weak point. These efforts will always aim forreducing failures and increasing reliability.
Predictive maintenance and conditioned based monitoring will drive the scheduling of equipmentmonitoring activities such as vibration analysis and oil analysis and will result in timely adjustments oralignments to keep equipment operating within the desired operating parameters as defined by themanufacturer.
Achieving the Goals of Equipment OptimizationAn Enterprise Asset Management system that brings together the disciplines of maintenance, supplychain, finance and production is the only way to connect these components into real time data collection,analysis and decision making. The Oracle eAM of the e-business suite when deployed with procurement,inventory management, finance and a manufacturing system can effectively provide the right parts of theorganization together for achieving optimized equipment utilization.
A desired goal for support of the planned maintenance activities is to have the right part in the rightquantity available at the right time at the lowest possible price.
The e-business suite can enable anorganization to achieve this goal. The eAM system must be fully configured and enabled to serve to link the other business activities. Asset hierarchies, work conditioncodes, routes, etc.
Finally defining the appropriate Key Performance Indicators for maintenance activities will focus theactivities on work that drives the right behaviors. Maintenance managers will be focusing their time ondriving compliance on the right activities to obtain optimized equipment and reliability of the assets of thecompany. Ready the People SystemsImplementing enterprise systems is as much about connecting people to process as it is aboutimplementing computer systems.
In fact, installing systems is by far the easier task. Maintenance personnel roles are growing and maturing to include learning to use analytical tools,measurement devices, re-engineering of critical equipment and monitoring for compliance. Planning andscheduling predictive and preventative maintenance to monitor equipment health are becoming thenormal activities.
Less time should be spent on emergency breakdowns and unplanned outages asequipment reliability grows and planned maintenance activities are completed on schedule. Reliability engineers are teaming with maintenance personnel to focus on eliminating weak links found oncritical production equipment. Enable the Supply Chain LeverageSupply Chain personnel can be the lifeblood of the maintenance team by implementing best practicesand finding reliable suppliers to hold required levels of needed parts and supplies.
The Oracle e-businesssuite provides the ideal leverage to implement best business practices for supply chain execution. The powerful features of the Oracle modules can create automated Supply Chain replenishment signalsdirectly from planned work orders to the supplier without the need for personnel in either inventorymanagement or purchasing to touch the signal! By putting control into blanket orders with annual contracts with suppliers, parts and price can be agreedupon annually.
Each blanket order release can be sent to the supplier for fulfillment without pricenegotiations. Further, by enabling the auto-requisitioning of parts from work orders, a manual partsrequisition is automated. The auto-requested part is aligned with the blanket PO that has auto POenabled creating a direct order to the supplier.
Therefore, a supplier PO is auto generated from plannedand released work orders. Signaling and review of auto generated transactions are available formanagement review as appropriate. These are best business practices that can be implemented under well defined orders with key suppliers. All transactions are available for management review. Also,with supplier delivery performance metrics being measured and managed, holding parts in inventory canbe reduced and possibly eliminated releasing capital to the business.
Build Equipment Reliability Into Asset ManagementBuilding reliability into operating equipment requires engineering skills, analyzing data collected fromfailures and designing components to obtain longer life.
Reliability engineers will generally study the failures of critical components of equipment by methodicallyseeking to discover the root cause of the failure. By carefully analyzing the root cause, the engineer candetermine if improper maintenance was a cause or if incidents contributed to failures, or if the equipmentdesign was a contributing factor.
The root cause can then be studied for appropriate remedies and orredesign of component parts can eliminate the failures. Another useful tool that reliability engineers may deploy is the study of failure frequencies, mean timebetween failures MTBF and probabilities of failures.
Maintainability of critical components is anotherarea of interest to the engineer and may provide re-engineering alternatives to ensure propermaintenance can be written, executed and result in extending the useful life of the part.
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