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Integrated Facility Maintenance Supports Industrial Manufacturing and Production Lines

Contributed by Mark Gilbreth, Regional Sales Executive

Industrial manufacturing businesses have multifaceted cleaning and maintenance requirements that cannot be met through standalone services provided by multiple vendors. It is more efficient, effective, and economical for industrial facilities to work with a facility maintenance partner with the skills, expertise, and capacity to deliver high quality integrated solutions. Along with a range of different responsibilities and functions, the service provider must include other critical aspects in an industrial facility maintenance program including support from management, employee training, performance evaluation by supervisors, feedback mechanism and response, among others.

Industrial manufacturing facilities have vast cleaning and maintenance requirements that can be very costly to fulfill through a self-performing, in-house team. On the other hand, outsourcing the backend cleaning tasks can produce not only productive results, but a program that is implemented using an integrated framework rather than a standalone service program can also lead to significant cost savings and improve the core operations of the facility. Through numerous service categories such as interior, exterior, and other specialty services, an integrated program can cater to a wide range of requirements. Some of the key industrial facility maintenance services include and are not limited to:

  • Production Line Support
  • Energy Management
  • Fork-lift Operations
  • High Vent / Air Filter
  • Interior Logistics
  • Industrial Cleaning
  • Labor Services
  • Machine Cleaning
  • Materials Handling
  • Production Line Support
  • Shipping & Receiving
  • Truck Loading

Diversified Maintenance prioritizes the use of adequate resources to accommodate the unique requirements of industrial environments by operating without causing any disruption to the production lines. Each team member undergoes extensive training to adhere to the complex challenges, environmental conditions, and regulations that apply to industrial facilities. Because the Company believes that a “one size fits all” approach will not achieve the desired results for an industrial manufacturing site, their integrated facility maintenance programs are tailored to meet the individual requirements based on several critical factors such as type of industry, scale of operation, scope of work, and many more. To learn more about the broad range of services and a customer-driven integrated program for your facility maintenance requirements, send me a note at: Mark Gilbreth