Smartare reservdelshantering : En studie som undersöker förändring av kostnad utan att sänka tillgängligheten vid en gemensam reservdelshantering för ett storskaligt produktionsföretag i Sverige
Sammanfattning: A functional spare parts management for a producing paper industry is a key to maintain an efficient production. A non functional component of a value-creating chain may lead to major financial losses. A downtime in a plant is normally costly and can amount to hundreds of thousands of swedish crowns. High stocks of spare parts will in turn generate high amount of tied up capital. A good way to reduce these inventory balances is to let facilities within the same geographical area have a pooling of identical spare parts. The purpose of this study is two-folded. First, through literature studies and interviews, find out what characteristics a spare part should fulfill to be suitable in a joint spare parts management. The second is to investigate, through practical studies, the value a joint management offers from an economic perspective. Interviews are conducted with key personnel for the spare parts management at each individual factory, all these over the telephone. The interviews are conducted so that the authors gain a deeper insight into how they collaborate today and get the respondent's views on future collaboration. The result from the literature study, what properties an article should have for use in a joint spare parts network are the following; high value, slow moving article, high process criticality and long delivery time from supplier. By applying poisson distribution and LCC analysis on twelve selected spare parts, the result shows that the case company can save up to SEK 915,000 by implementing a joint spare parts management.
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