At a global Textile organization, reducing minor stops on highest volume product line in facility.  Using tools including 5 why and PM Analysis(Phenomenon-Mechanism Analysis), was able to identify cause of the top 3 causes for Minor stops.  This resulted in 90% reduction in minor stops, 70% reduction in customer complaints and 10% increase in OEE.


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