Strategically optimising plant performance and executing cost-reduction strategies to maximise profitability
2-3 Mar 2017
- Why You Should Attend
marcus evans 8th Annual TPM 2017 continues to provide the best in the business with new and innovative ideas to boost plant performance and reduce maintenance and operations costs. We don’t just talk about the issues: We dig much deeper than that, offering practical and applicable methodologies and implementation solutions to key challenges – so you can take home your learning and apply it in your day-to-day activities!
By attending TPM 2017, you will build your business case and strategies for more cost-effective production and maintenance procedures, increase business agility, effectively mitigate plant risk, reduce excessive waste, manage unplanned downtime, plan and deliver new proposals and projects, and much more!
In the current climate, plant operators face greater capital constraints, meaning that asset lifecycles have to be extended as far as possible because renewal funds are limited or put on hold. Plant maintenance will always be a key issue when addressing plant management, but it becomes even more imperative in a financially-constrained environment.
Even though it may seem that operations efficiency and streamlining is an ‘old’ topic, many plants still operate on varying levels of operational efficiency success. Even the very best at waste reduction will seek ways to enhance productivity and reduce unnecessary expenditure.
It must be remembered that plant lifecycles can be extremely long and this topic remains ever more important as more plants get into the later stages of their lifecycle and plant operators become increasingly aware of measures they will need to take to ensure excellence in plant management and output.
Choose your path - select which of the two streams is most relevant to you:
Productivity through Operations Efficiency and Agility
Productivity through Total Productivity Maintenance
Cost Saving on Plant Operations
Cost Saving on Asset Maintenance and Management
There’s always a newer and more cost-effective solution to an old problem: Hear from Australia’s and New Zealand’s top plant managers and maintenance specialists to help determine the best structure for your own plant performance strategies!