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Optimising the supply chain and logistics

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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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Supply chain as an integral part of the asset lifecycle

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Stephen-Jeffs Watts
IFS


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Talk Description
Efficient supply chains start in the engineering lifecycle of the asset.

Standards-based asset design provides a solid foundation for spares commonality, forecasting, planning and replenishment methodologies.

You can do a criticality assessment and FMEA (Failure mode and effects) analysis from faults, fed back into the asset lifecycle, to improve reliability, minimising spares handling and predicting usage.




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