Your machinery could be twice as large as you think. See, in addition to every machine there is often an identical ‘hidden’ machine. The trick is to reveal this hidden capacity and use it.
OEE for the Production Team offers you the key to unlocking the secret: Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). This measuring instrument, which originated in Japan, sheds light on production losses and consequently enables them to be solved using improvement strategies such as TPM, Lean Manufacturing or Six Sigma.

‘OEE for the Production Team’ is suitable for both extensive study and a quick scan of the key points of OEE. In other words, it is the ideal guide for operators, mechanics and team leaders, as well as management and human resources. OEE, according to the description in this book, is more than just a measuring tool; it is the foundation for improving effectiveness.

Author Arno Koch was one of the pioneers in converting and implementing the OEE concept into practical tools for the shop floor and shop floor management. He is also author of the OEE Toolkit (1999) and the OEE Industry Standard (2001).

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