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Ports and Terminals being asset intensive industry, optimizing TCO (total cost of ownership) on capital assets are critical to manage a profitable business. The business owners needs high visibility on the past and current asset performance to make effective decisions on capital assets and drive maintenance strategies towards planned maintenance for reduction in unplanned asset downtime.
How do we bring intelligence to the Terminal Assets to support the asset owners in a Terminal to get more value.
- How to increase reliability and availability with optimized asset utilization.
- How to reduce revenue loss due to unplanned asset downtime.
- How to improve bottom line by improving maintenance strategy and optimizing cost of labor, material and services
- Helping organization in effective implementation of ” Total Productive Maintenance” (TPM) to increase Overall Equipment Efficiency(OEE).
- Detailed cost breakdown on parameters of Time,Cost type,Equipment type and Downtime type along with real time comparison on basis of Month over Month, Quarter over Quarter and Year over Year Analysis.
A real time visibility and historical comparison of data will be helpful for equipment allocation planning and accurate maintenance forecasting functionality.
Enterprise Asset Intelligence for Ports and Terminals connects day-to-day operational metrics with corporate strategy and performance. Enable the port to maximize the performance of physical assets over their entire lifecycle, ensuring asset availability and reliability while reducing operational costs and risk.
Standard graphical reports were delivered for Enterprise Asset Management gives detailed analysis of Costs KPIs, Inventory Management, Maintenance Effectiveness, Maintenance Organization, Maintenance Performance, Maintenance Productivity and Damages.
These information are then presented in easy-to-read tables and graphs so that critical information can be conveyed clearly to all stakeholders