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Training: The key to maintaining overall packaging equipment effectiveness

Better understand how training plays a significant roll in packaging machinery effectiveness with this new white paper from Kliklok-Woodman.
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Today's sophisticated packaging and cartoning equipment has the potential to provide exceptional productivity and efficiency. The machinery's performance can be measured by the overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) metric, which consists of two components: machine uptime and predictive maintenance.

Maintaining OEE requires machine operators who are knowledgeable about the equipment and maintenance personnel with the expertise to service it. Thus, investing in a proven training program for those individuals is vital to optimizing equipment performance. Since OEE is measurable, it provides quantitative evidence of the impact of training.

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