Overall Equipment Effectiveness Improvement with Total Productive Maintenance Method: Case Study from an Indonesian Pharmaceutical Company
Claudia Febianny Susilo and Aditya Andika
Bina Nusantara University
Company X is an Indonesian pharmaceutical company. This paper focuses on the production process of one of Company X’s product, namely product Y. At the production process, there is a process that is considered not optimal and requires improvement. The process is the packaging processes of Product Y. The optimization of the packaging process is done by analyzing and proposing the enhancement of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) value of packaging machine based on Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) method. Based on the analysis of OEE values in the packaging process of Product Y, the most common losses are at availability process which often occurs are adjustment loss and breakdown loss. Besides having a low value of availability processes, production process of Product Y frequently did not reach the theoretical targets and there is a lot damage of the packaging material. Therefore, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) will be discussed as a method to analyze the reject that happens in the packaging processes. In addition, this paper will also discuss about Fishbone Diagram to analyze the causes of the frequent occurrence of the stop line on the production process. Discussions about TPM will be prioritized on several main pillars associated with the aim of improving OEE.
Topic: Innovation, Operations and Supply Chain Management