Total Productive MaintenanceTotal Productive Maintenance

Total Productive Maintenance

Maximize equipment efficiency and reliability through TPM

Maintenance is becoming more about prediction and less about breakdown resolution. Implement a model based on Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) principles by designing predictive and planned approaches that will optimize your spare parts stock management and reduce equipment downtime while maximizing efficiency.

Traditional Approach

Lean Approach

Traditional Approach

Repair when broken

Lean Approach

Prevent issues upstream

Traditional Approach

Focus on equipment availability

Lean Approach

Focus on full equipment effectiveness

Traditional Approach

Barriers between production and maintenance

Lean Approach

Collaborative maintenance

Our Solutions

We bring a full range of capabilities to help you upgrade your maintenance system. Our team of industrial maintenance experts implements a structured, precise, and customized approach. This allows us to quickly define a customized strategy for each customer. By considering our customers’ constraints and concerns, we can provide the best advice to move towards operational excellence in industrial maintenance.

  • Increase Overall Equipment Effectiveness – OEE – by following a structured approach to eliminate failures.
  • Develop problem-solving capabilities to identify and eliminate root causes effectively.

  • Develop and deliver planned maintenance plans that improve equipment reliability.
  • Maintain a cost-effective spare parts stock level and ensure the desired mean time to repair.
  • Research and develop new technology to help monitor the equipment and improve performance.

  • Train production operators to perform basic maintenance tasks such as cleaning, inspection, and lubrication.
  • Ensure that operators can detect failures when they occur, ensuring rapid response and greater equipment reliability.
  • Free maintenance teams to perform technical activities with greater added value (technical improvements, advanced prevention activities, planned maintenance, predictive analysis, structured failure analysis).

  • Develop and implement a long-term training plan/academy for all operators.
  • Guarantee that the lessons learned and technical knowledge gained are passed on between team members.

  • Ensure proper implementation of new equipment on site.
  • Reduce the lifecycle cost of equipment by working in the design phase to prevent problems with FMEA.


8 to 15%

Average overall equipment effectiveness increase

10 to 30%

Average maintenance costs reduction

20 to 35%

Average material losses reduction

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