The Machines Operation Effectiveness Analysis in Polish industry enterprise

The Machines Operation Effectiveness Analysis in Polish industry enterprise


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Abstract. TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) is one of the main Total Quality Management components. It is an activity aimed at increasing the productivity and efficiency of processes related to maintaining traffic by increasing creative involvement of operational employees involved in these processes. The primary goal of TPM is zero failures and zero defects resulting from machines and devices operation. Machine operation effectiveness and machine modernity level analysis presented in the paper allows for identifying the machine effectiveness level that determines the product quality level in the selected textile industry enterprises.

Geosynthetics, Quality, Machine Operation Effectiveness, ABS Method

Published online 7/16/2018, 6 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA

Citation: STASIAK-BETLEJEWSKA Renata, ‘The Machines Operation Effectiveness Analysis in Polish industry enterprise’, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 5, pp 194-199, 2018


The article was published as article 34 of the book Terotechnology

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