Predictive maintenance: part of the solution to labour shortages has nothing to do with employees  

According to Statistics Canada, nearly 900,000 jobs were vacant in August 2021. In other words, this is a problem that concerns the majority of businesses and all areas. It is important to look into this since it is estimated that the situation will peak between 2030 and 2035.

If you thought the pandemic was the worst thing for your business, you’ve greatly underestimated the labour shortage problem… And even for businesses that fully realize the consequences, they are probably considering non-viable long-term solutions to fix it.

Indeed, to counter the labor shortage, the first reflex of many management teams is to try to find employees in other ways: either via immigration, interns or other types of workers, or by offering better conditions and higher salaries to attract people currently employed elsewhere.

But these are only temporary solutions. It's high time to think about solving this problem for good. It's time to embrace innovation, automation and artificial intelligence through Maintenance 4.0.

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How to choose your type of maintenance: Preventive Maintenance - Corrective Maintenance - Predictive Maintenance  

Regardless of the manufacturing sector, breakdowns and breakages represent a significant issue. Are there ways to reduce financial losses, delivery delays, the intervention of an emergency team and all these other related complications? Although wear of parts is inevitable, in recent years, manufacturers have been offered several types of maintenance with the promise of minimizing the inconvenience of breakdowns and breakages.

Predictive, preventive or corrective maintenance: how to find your way around, and most importantly, how to choose?


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