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Implementing TPM - The North American Experience

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Productivity Press. 1995. First Edition. C. J. Robinson & A. P. Ginder. Hardback. No DJ. Book Condition: Fine. Shows little sign of storage and handling. Internally clean. Binding tight and appears little read, no annotations or inscriptions. Text bright and clear throughout.

The book explores the implementation, planning, and deployment of total productive maintenance (TPM), the latest management import from Japan, tailored to the needs of North American plants, with discussions on implementing TPM in union environments, benchmarking practices to support TPM and overall equipment effectiveness measures.

A clear and concise road map for the change manager interested in making sure the right results happen. In an almost conversational style, the authors distill a complex topic into its essential principles and merge them with other related maintenance improvement processes. There is a valuable cache of know-how here for both the TPM novice and the serious practitioner.

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Author(s):
Charles J. Robinson & Andrew P. Ginder
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1563270870
ISBN-13:
9781563270871
Number of pages:
204
Publisher:
Productivity Press
Title:
Implementing TPM - The North American Experience

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Productivity Press. 1995. First Edition. C. J. Robinson & A. P. Ginder. Hardback. No DJ. Book Condition: Fine. Shows little sign of storage and handling. Internally clean. Binding tight and appears little read, no annotations or inscriptions. Text bright and clear throughout.

The book explores the implementation, planning, and deployment of total productive maintenance (TPM), the latest management import from Japan, tailored to the needs of North American plants, with discussions on implementing TPM in union environments, benchmarking practices to support TPM and overall equipment effectiveness measures.

A clear and concise road map for the change manager interested in making sure the right results happen. In an almost conversational style, the authors distill a complex topic into its essential principles and merge them with other related maintenance improvement processes. There is a valuable cache of know-how here for both the TPM novice and the serious practitioner.

Author(s):
Charles J. Robinson & Andrew P. Ginder
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1563270870
ISBN-13:
9781563270871
Number of pages:
204
Publisher:
Productivity Press
Title:
Implementing TPM - The North American Experience

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