Understanding TEEP vs. OEE for Profitable Manufacturing
Ensure You are Making the Most with What You Have
To ensure optimum profitable manufacturing, two important aspects for developing a successful long-term program must be explored: Total Effective Equipment Performance (TEEP) and Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).
A simple definition would be: OEE is the amount of perfect production time relative to the actual scheduled time used, while TEEP is the amount of perfect production time relative to “Total Calendar Time.”
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