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Estimate of OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) Objective from Classical OEE

Volume 13, Number 2, March 2017 - Paper 4 - pp. 135-142
DOI: 10.23940/ijpe.17.02.p4.135142

ELHASSAN IRHIRANE*, AHMED BOUNIT and BADR DAKKAK

Department of Industrial and Logistical Engineering,

National School of Applied Sciences, Cadi-Ayyad university, Marrakech, Morocco

(Received on December 30, 2016, Revised on February 10, 2017)

Abstract:

Today, the evaluation of the production systems’ performance requires having an appropriate decision-making indicator and to fix its target. The lack of a method to set the target OEE, in accordance with the strategic objectives of the company, is a handicap to guide managers to achieve their individual performance. In this article, we propose a model, based on the method that allows comparison decision criteria pair determining the target of the OEE from the classic OEE. Therefore, this model allows to guide operational decision-makers (maintenance, production, quality,...) to better control their resources and achieve their objective. A case of study was conducted within the mineral water company oulmes (EMO) to test the proposed model. A comparison shows that the offered model provides sure, more definite and better results than the classical approach (based on experience feedback).

 

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