Improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness in Batch Operations

Overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) has proved to be helpful for continuous processes, but can the same principles be applied to improve equipment effectiveness in batch operations? The short answer is, yes. With some refocused metrics, manufacturers that run batch processes can shorten cycle times and address their own high-value problems by correlating performance, downtime and quality to products and equipment. We spoke with Stuart Forrest, MES Business Consultant for AspenTech, to get the inside scoop on batch OEE and find out what kind of results manufacturers can expect by tracking it through an advanced MES solution.

Improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness in Batch Operations

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