Climate control maintenance is no false economy….

Published:  23 August, 2019

By Karl Lycett, Rittal’s product manager for climate control

£480,000….

Is a lot of money! But that is what I was told it costs one of the UK’s largest automotive manufacturers PER HOUR when they experience downtime on their paint plant. Your overheads may not be as substantial as the above example, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that the old adage you hear in every corner of business and production is true:

Regardless of your industry and the product you manufacture, production downtime is a crucial performance indicator to monitor because of the direct impact it can have on your bottom line. More downtime equals increased spares/maintenance costs, taken directly from your profit. This could have been invested to meet more pertinent business objectives, purchasing new machinery etc.. Click here to read the full release.

e: klycett@rittal.co.uk

w: www.rittal.co.uk / www.friedhelm-loh-group.com

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