Klaus Blache, the director of the Reliability and Maintainability Center at UT, recently had the opportunity to write an opinion piece for the magazine Maintenance Technology.
Addressing businesses on the topic of fixing “low-hanging fruit,” Blache said:
“I’ve visited more than 100 facilities in the past several years. What I noticed during this time is that each site, no matter how good its reliability efforts, still had at least two, if not more, of the eight improvement opportunities listed here. Do you still have some low-hanging fruit to harvest? The following strategies can all be implemented at minimal cost.”
He then went on to explain various solutions for businesses.
The full article can be seen here.