Let’s face it, most manufacturers have way less visibility into their Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MRO) strategy than they’re willing to admit. Sure they’ve got a percentage of budget allocated to it, and someone is managing the basic ins and outs of storeroom materials, but that’s probably where it ends. And for many companies, that’s simply “good enough.” But is it really?
MRO is a critical part of supply chain operations. The sheer amount of risk a manufacturer places upon their supply chain operations by not optimizing their MRO materials can have a devastating impact on meeting production goals, let alone the negative impact to the bottom line when customer orders don’t get filled. And don’t forget about all the wasted working capital that’s lying around throughout your manufacturing facilities as duplicate parts stack up with each vendor change or new model number.
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