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Existing Material Handling System Evaluation

In today's world, companies are often faced with increased requirements for productivity, accuracy and reliability, while at the same time contending with increasing labor expenses and/or staff reductions. To manage this delicate balance, many customers are turning to their business partners for the expertise needed to audit their existing equipment or systems.

After TriFactor performs a technical inspection and audit of your systems, you receive detailed reports that include:

  • Identification of components requiring replacement or service
  • Maintenance recommendations
  • Suggested modifications and/or upgrades and the associated benefits
  • Condition or status of the system as found
  • Documentation of any minor adjustments or repairs performed during the audit
  • Defined approach to return the system to as designed functionality
  • Defined costs to implement modifications or repairs

Audits are typically used by maintenance personnel and or upper management to determine projected maintenance budgets and goals, purchasing critical spare parts, fine tuning to reduce downtime, capital expenditures for replacement equipment and maintenance personnel scheduling.

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