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Today we are sharing an interesting article which will provide insights on how Critical Chain Project Management has been implemented to improve the maintenance operations in the steel-making environment at Tata Steel in Jamshedpur India and a case study video in which how CCPM has been facilitated, promoted and institutionalized inside TATA Steel is shown.

Bargain Machine Maintenance
Improving maintenance using data analysis, project-flow adjustments and retooling rather than buying new.
By Jonathan Katz

Tight budgets mean manufacturers might want to explore less capital-intensive ways to improve machine maintenance within their operations. Technology and new equipment investments have been some of the more traditional ways manufacturers have upgraded their maintenance. But manufacturers have other options that aren’t as costly, including data analysis, project-flow adjustments and retooling machines rather than buying new.

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Promotion of CCPM at Tata Steel
by Sudipto Sarkar  

Watch this short video on how CCPM has been facilitated, promoted and institutionalized inside TATA Steel.


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