Maintenance Cost Control—Is Your System Active or Passive?

By: PERFORMANCE ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL Views: 3148 Downloads: 103
Author: Steven Brown Whitepaper/Case Study
mine process plant maintenance cost control

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Although many mines and processing plants have sophisticated maintenance cost information systems, cost control relies ultimately on management actions based on the information such systems generate. A systematic management approach to solving problems and implementing solutions is the key to effective maintenance cost control




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