World class manufacturing in metallurgical enterprise

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B. Gajdzik (2013)
  • Publisher: Croatian Metallurgical Society
  • Journal: Metalurgija, volume 52, issue 1 (issn: 0543-5846, eissn: 1334-2576)
  • Subject: cost | TPM - Total Productive Maintenance | safety | Mining engineering. Metallurgy | WCM – World Class Manufacturing | WCM – World Class Manufacturing; metallurgical enterprise; TPM - Total Productive Maintenance; cost; safety | metallurgical enterprise | TN1-997

World Class Manufacturing (WCM) assumes increase of efficiency of the company by elimination of all the losses, wastage and dangers of safety. In ArcelorMittal the concept of WCM is implemented in particular enterprises within the capital group. In this publication the activities conducted in some of those enterprises are described.
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