How reliability based maintenance systems drive improved operational performance and cost savings

One maintenance platform ensures machine servicing can be anticipated and scheduled.

Maintenance of machines is often done in a standardised manner. Data is collated from machines and then maintenance is scheduled based on an average for that machine type. This means that while important maintenance gets done, it might be done prematurely or too late for a particular machine in its unique operating environment. The consequences of this can translate into machines that break down more often, or have a higher maintenance costs than necessary.

Tetra Pak advocates that all customers look after their processing and packaging equipment according to our recommendations, but we want to offer them maintenance that reflects their operating environment, to optimise their machine performance at the lowest maintenance cost.

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