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You're a Pillar of Your Community - I Mean - Plant

Posted January 07, 2009 8:24 AM

Two Articles: $300 vs $30,000 and Six Pillars?

1. How can you benefit from new features and developments now, without painful upgrades or rip-and-replace scenarios with your ERP/plant management systems? No matter what kind of implementation you're looking at, you should look into this before acting. Technology in P&FE is trending here (or at least it should be).

So... what's $300 vs $30,000, and why is Jeremy's wife [usually] always right?

2. You're a pillar of your community. No, seriously - there are six pillars to the plant's organization, and you're at least one of them. We also wrote about how to work well with the other pillars in our Green blog.

Both articles are posted here.

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Re: You're a Pillar of Your Community - I Mean - Plant

01/17/2009 7:27 PM

Oh Well! I guess that by a good 'Scheduled Maintenance Program' such pain will be alleviated a big time more than actually conditions. A lot of time production just want to keep making the products 24/7 but they forgot the parts fatigue eventually down the road. Is like a car it all depend on what kind of abuses took out before breakdown. Production Production!!!! Use it but not abuse it!!!!! Yes Sureeeehhh!!!!

Keep it Running,

MC

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