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Driving procurement efficiency
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Keeping windfarms running

The remote nature of wind farms means that operators need to have an effective maintenance strategy to avoid downtime and inefficiency
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Put your energy into more strategic procurement

The UK’s energy and utilities sector is critical to keeping the UK running. But, with an ageing built estate, often in remote locations, buildings maintenance can be challenging. Taking a more s...
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Taking the pain out of plant maintenance

How careful planning and close collaboration with suppliers are key to effective plant maintenance
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Avoid disruption - planned vs unplanned rail maintenance

As rail firms look to make cost efficiencies, having the right strategy for both planned and unplanned maintenance can be a significant boost to the bottom line
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Building a basic maintenance capability

The first in a series of blogs by RS’s Richard Jeffers, seeking to pin down the aim of the maintenance organisation and the key enablers to deliver it
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Building an effective maintenance organisation

RS’s Richard Jeffers explains how structuring your maintenance team can deliver a streamlined MRO process
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Understanding the critical maintenance backlog

RS’s Richard Jeffers explains how to identify a critical backlog and develop a restoration strategy
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Effective maintenance planning

RS’s Richard Jeffers pinpoints the skills needed for effective planning and maintenance