What it means
The aim of maintenance is, above all, to provide continuity, productivity, reliability and security within the company
Maintenance is not merely reactive -- a response-based handling of machinery -- but should be primarily concerned with the forecasting and predicting of breakdowns and defects, and therefore with the prevention of defects, thus increasing productivity and profit.
Enhancing the reliability of machinery (by reducing breakdown levels) directly reduces production costs, and what could be more important in the current financial climate?
Maintenance is increasingly important
Today, more and more tools are produced specifically for the maintenance sector, and this is why easyFairs®MAINTENANCE is exceptionally relevant as an opportunity to survey the commercial offerings of many companies at the same time and in one location. This gives you the chance to compare products freely and select the best of those which are specifically geared to the needs of your company.
Maintenance has a considerable impact on product quality and reliability of supplies, which may prove to be a crucial argument in negotiations with your clients.