PORT MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS
Presented by Dick Eichhorn – Port of Rotterdam
You will gain a better understanding of the equipment total-cost-of-ownership model, and how maintenance can play a part in equipment puchasing decisions. Get to know the equipment life-cycle, performance parameters and simple formulas to quantify them. And finally, learn how to analyse maintenance task to improve maintenance processes.
- Introduction to operations and maintenance
- Port operations performance parameters and relevance to maintenance
- Equipment TCO model: port and maintenance
- Machine / equipment life cycle
- Different types of maintenance
- Introduction to process analysis: time
- Time elements
- Data analysis: a simple example
- Data analysis: the real world
- Making your case; selling arguments
31 August 2020
Dick Eichhorn has been a sales engineer for more than 25 years. He is trained as an electrical engineer in a broad variety of industries. From sugar mills, textile and paper industry to offshore, petrochemical, and container ports and terminals. Since 2014 he has been engaged as a full-time Port Consultant. His main activities are purchasing and sales of equipment for ports and terminals. Dick also contributes to residual lifetime inspections and commercial training activities. He has lived his entire life in the Rotterdam main port area and has great admiration for the dynamics in the port and the people who work there.