Improve Your Bottom Line
When your plant is not running at full efficiency, your business feels the impact — and the consequences may be more costly than you realize. The right preventative and predictive maintenance strategy can mitigate performance issues that directly improve your bottom line.
Of all the types of downtime, unplanned downtime is the costliest, given that no value is being produced and the overhead operations costs continue to grow. Unplanned downtime costs industrial manufacturers an estimated $50 billion each year.1
When machines aren’t properly serviced and maintained, safety can suffer. The results of compromised safety are often felt through workers’ compensation claims, which can average $38,000 in direct costs and $150,000 in indirect costs, according to the National Safety Council.
An equipment problem never comes at a good time, but with preventative maintenance you can often address issues on your terms and fix them at a time that minimizes negative impact on productivity.
Prevent the Unexpected
When your goals are to keep lines efficient and costs low, equipment failure isn’t an option. Cannon’s products can withstand extreme use conditions and environments, but that doesn’t discount the value of ongoing preventive and predictive maintenance activities. Cannon Equipment offers next level maintenance programs in predicting failures and preventing them based on our 60+ years of industry knowledge. We have designed predictive maintenance plans that will keep your equipment running more efficiently and certainly more dependably. Keep your plant up and running with this Cannon Equipment service.
During each visit, our highly specialized technicians will:
- Complete a full machine assessment
- Identify any worn, missing, or non-operative parts
- Upgrade equipment or replace parts, if needed
- Provide a detailed report on the machines assesse
- Review machine programming and fine tune the system
Don’t allow your customers to report a problem to you. Let Cannon Equipment help your team stay up and running. Contact customer service at 1.800.825.8501 x6682.
1Source: Industry Week and Emerson, “How manufacturers achieve top quartile performance,” WSJ Custom Studios