Implementation Phase 1

PHYSICAL ‘IN PLANT’ INVENTORY OF SPARE MOTORS
Renown Electric, in collaboration with the customer, will conduct an analysis of all motors in operation and spares stored in plant. Motors will be tagged and the motor I.D. tag will be affixed to the motor.

CRITICAL LIST DETERMINATION
The customer will establish a list with assistance from Renown personnel. Each department will identify motors as critical, expedite or standard service. Some critical motors may be deemed to remain in the plant to avoid down time.

  • Critical - Motors will be delivered within 3 hours of dispatch.
  • Expedite - Motors will be delivered within 24 hours of dispatch.
  • Standard - Motor requiring long lead time or small items.

ANALYSIS INVENTORY
Renown will conduct a survey based on data collected to determine adequate levels of inventory. This analysis is reviewed with the companies personnel.

REMOVAL OF EXCESS MOTORS
Pick up of excess storage motors will be co-ordinated with Renown Electric and the plant to allow for efficient transfer. All motors will be tagged, inventoried and stored at Renown Electric. A full list of all motors transferred to Renown Electric will be supplied to each department.

REPETITION OF EXISTING INVENTORY
Motor Identification Tag Renown Electric will cross reference motors received at our location and identified as critical, expedite or standard (colour coded tags, separate storage areas). Plant personnel will determine possible reduction of inventory by assessing duplicate motors. As well, we will analyze critical motors to determine if additional spares are required. All motors stored at Renown Electric will be inspected and recorded. A list will be forwarded to plant recommending actions (possible repairs or disposal of units that are beyond economical repair).

COMPUTER REPORT
The initial computer report will note the quantity of each type of motors (including beyond economical repairs). Your company will make a determination if these quantities are sufficient for their plant operation and disposal of motors not economically repairable.

Introduction                         

Implementation Phase 2                      

Info & Communication systems       

Conclusion