Continuous Improvement Validation – Eggborough

Continuous Improvement Validation – Continuous Improvement (CI) activities are intended to improve the performance of the business through eliminating wasted time, effort, energy and materials, through improvements in plant condition or performance and through improvements in safety or morale.

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Improving Maintenance Services – UBS AG

UBS, one of the world’s leading banking and financial institutions, occupy several buildings in the city of London which house over 12,000 staff. It was identified that there was a requirement for a number of improvements including increased cost performance; improved service levels and enhanced equipment reliability. These improvements were required whilst minimising the maintenance costs and risks to the business. UBS asked MCP to provide a solution.

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CMMS Selection – Birmingham International Airport

Birmingham International Airport was commencing a programme to improve its approach to asset management with particular emphasis on gaining a better understanding of its asset base in terms of the condition and forward capital requirements. They highlighted the need for a new Computerised Maintenance & Asset Management System (CMMS) System.

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Cleaning Contract Management – Heathrow Airport

Time is one of the highest priorities for every airport across the world which means all its operations must be highly efficient and ultimately streamlined if these hygiene services are not to impact on the customer experience in this busy environment.

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Maintenance Cost Reduction for Chemical Plant

A long established batch chemicals manufacturer in the North West of England was producing 60,000 tonnes of PVC additives and stabilisers and acrylic acid per year. With a turnover of over £73m, their maintenance budget was £6m.

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