A feather in the cap for Mahindra's Farm Equipment Sector that brings farm tech prosperity to the Indian farmer through technologically superior affordable solutions.
In a record achievement, Mahindra & Mahindra's Farm Equipment Sector (FES), the largest tractor company in the world (by volume) for the past 30 years, has won the prestigious TPM Advanced Special Award at an awards ceremony in Japan recently.
This highly coveted recognition is given by the Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM) for the significant improvement in operational efficiencies across organizational value chain delivering 'zero defect and reliable products'.
This award is a significant step towards commitment for zero defect, zero accident and zero breakdowns. The TPM Advanced Special Award from JIPM is a testimony to the highest levels of collaboration and personal commitments from the various team members across the organization.
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) talks of better utilization of maintenance and production resources. Through the implementation of TPM, improvement in productivity, quality, cost, delivery, safety and morale can be achieved.
M&M's TPM journey started in 2006 to develop an ecosystem for maintaining and improving operational efficiencies. Here’s looking at the major milestones achieved by FES:
TPM Goalposts - Building the zero-based culture