2017 Replacement Parts and Components Trends Study – Food Engineering

$695.00

How do today’s food manufacturing professionals balance equipment uptime with maintenance, repair and replacement? What key changes are taking place in this area? This report explores best practices in the food and beverage manufacturing industry for inventory management and replacement of components and parts. Additionally, practices in remote machine diagnostics, condition monitoring tools, and food safety-training are explored.

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Why Order this Report?

How do today’s food manufacturing professionals balance equipment uptime with maintenance, repair and replacement? What key changes are taking place in this area? This report explores best practices in the food and beverage manufacturing industry for inventory management and replacement of components and parts. Additionally, practices in remote machine diagnostics, condition monitoring tools, and food safety-training are explored.

Who Should Read this Report?

Vice presidents, Directors and Managers of Maintenance Planning, Manufacturing, Engineering, Product Development, Consumer Insights and Operations in food manufacturers and distributors, as well as those who supply ingredients and information to support the food manufacturing industry.

Study Background:

Objectives of this research are to identify:

  • The types of job functions involved in replacement parts and components decisions
  • Information about replacement parts and components that industry professionals rely on
  • The most important factors in selecting a replacement parts and components supplier
  • The maintenance and replacement strategies currently used
  • Inventory management practices currently being used

Methodology:

  • 1311 online surveys completed with active, qualified subscribers to Food Engineering who are involved in recommending, specifying or approving the purchase of replacement parts and components at their plant
  • Data collected April 24 – May 18, 2017