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A Study on the Effect of Maintenance Organization over Maintenance Performance Index : Based on Paper Industry

보전조직이 보전성과지표에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구 : 제지산업을 중심으로

  • Ku, Sung Tae (Dept. of Industrial and Management Engineering, Myoung Ji University) ;
  • Kim, Chang Eun (Dept. of Industrial and Management Engineering, Myoung Ji University)
  • 구성태 (명지대학교 산업경영공학과) ;
  • 김창은 (명지대학교 산업경영공학과)
  • Received : 2013.02.03
  • Accepted : 2013.10.14
  • Published : 2013.12.15

Abstract

This study is intended to propose optimal maintenance organization to process industry, especially paper industry by analyzing maintenance organization of paper industry and finding out how the maintenance organization and the allocation of maintenance resources influence maintenance performance indices here in this paper. In this study, we analyzed the maintenance organization in detail and studied correlation between maintenance organization and equipment failure rate for the major top six domestic paper-mills in market share. According to the study, the maintenance organization has been changed in accordance with its business environment, but its performance was different by both the allocation way of maintenance resources and the structure of maintenance organization. For paper industry, whose availability is the most important key index that determines the success or failure of a business, it turns out to be the most effective strategy that operates the combination maintenance combined central maintenance with area maintenance and allocates the maintenance resources mainly for preventive maintenance. In particular, it turned out to be that there is the strong positive correlation between the rate of shift workers and the equipment failure rate. The results of this study is not limited to paper industry, but expandable to other industry. So it is expected that the direction of the maintenance organization would be given to the company which is struggling to improve its availability.

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