Performance Improvement through Implementation of Lean Maintenance

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S. Kolanjiappan; Dr. K. Maran;
(2011)
  • Journal: Journal of Commerce and Trade,volume 6,issue 2 October,pages100-106
  • Subject: Kanban, Total Productive maintaince, Predictive Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, Reliability Centered Maintenance
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Lean Maintenance is a relatively new term, invented in the last decade of the twentieth century, but the principles are well established in Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). Lean Maintenance—taking its lead from Lean Manufacturing—applies some new techniques to TP... View more
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