Asset Management in Italy Dave Porrill, MCP’s Senior Managing Consultant, delivered a very well received Manufacturing in Asset Management Certification (MAMC) Course last week in Latina, Italy. Delivered on-site for Janssen, part of the Johnson&Johnson Group, this course has been specifically designed to ensure that this training solution matches the client’s business needs. To read more about … Read More
Leading manufacturing and service companies know that the effective Asset Management is a basic need for long-term competitiveness. But even today, MCP has evidence that fewer than 10% of company sites in the UK have mastered this skill and hence the ability to claim to have ‘leading-the-world’ status’. The overall UK profile of where sites … Read More
Cost reduction British Food makers are facing increases of up to 10% on material costs as the slump in the pound impacts on finished goods. With most producers locked into fixed-price contracts with major retailers, there is little room to increase prices and pass the additional cost to the customer. Most at risk are those smaller … Read More
Business enhancement …World-class business performance… – Are you in control of your business processes? – Do you and your team constantly strive to eliminate waste? If so, MCP has the experience to deliver enhanced performance for your organisation! This year at Maintec, the UK’s premier event for the maintenance engineering and asset management, MCP Consulting … Read More
Peter Jackson, senior consultant, MCP Consulting Group, tackles the challenges to implementing an effective asset management plan by outlining 10 factors which need to be taken into consideration, analysed and acted upon. Leading manufacturing and service companies know that effective Asset Management is a basic need for long-term competitiveness. But even today, MCP has evidence that … Read More
The need to improve manufacturing performance and cost of production has never been greater with pressure from shareholders, customers and competitors constantly providing an incentive to achieve World Class levels of performance.
The 2015 Works Management People Productivity report stated that 39% of companies suffered from a shortage of multi-skilled maintenance engineers. When I did my apprenticeship with British Rail Engineering in the 80s there were a number of trades, namely mechanical, machinist, electrical, carpentry, sheet metal working, welding, pipe fitting, plumbing and painting. I could go … Read More