The maintenance management for lean organization

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  • Publisher: Editura ASE
  • Journal: Economia: Seria Management,volume 13,issue 2 December,pages437-446 (issn: 1454-0320)
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  • Subject: HF5001-6182 | Business | management | lean manufacturing. | maintenance | Kaizen, management, maintenance, lean manufacturing. | Kaizen
    • jel: jel:M10 | jel:L10 | jel:L20

The goal of lean maintenance approach is to maintain organization international competitiveness. In the spirit of continuously improvement, in the paper it is shown how by adjusting some Lean manufacturing specific techniques for Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) syste... View more
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