Less Is More

Abstract:Overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) is a metric that can be used to determine how efficient a manufacturing organization is. OEE is determined using three factors: availability, performance and quality. Availability is a measure of a machine's downtime, performance looks at the time during which a machine is not running at optimal speed and quality covers parts produced that are not up to standard. In the automotive industry, the benchmark for OEE is 85 …

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short and very informative, not sure why QP is not giving all the figures and tables in the print version
--ANIL SKARIAH, 10-03-2018

Excellent information. Clears up confusion in understanding OEE as described by others.
--Barry Hammacher, 03-29-2018

Excellent article!
--T.P. Fanning, 03-22-2018

Great article.
--John Elwer, 02-07-2018

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