Automated Facilities Support

Automated Facilities Support Agreements, or AFSA’s, represent a partnered investment in best practice and continuous improvement for the client.

Automated Facilities Support: As part of an AFSA, skilled professionals are placed on site, to target improvements in manufacturing and optimise daily performance. These agreements are measured on the following key performance indicators:

Increased equipment uptime (through arranged preventative maintenance, equipment maintainability, and training of personnel). Measurable is Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF), or downtime frequency.

Increased Time Buy (FTB) from the Automation. Plant measurable indicator is FTB and FRC.

Reduced system downtime (emergency response to issues and breakdowns). Indicator will be Mean Time To Repair (MTTR).

Increased customer satisfaction. Performance indicator will be customer surveys, completed four times per year.

Reduced material usage per job. Basis will be data tracked from the Graphical User Interface (GUI), coupled with usage data from the vendor, whilst maintaining acceptable quality standards as set by the process team.

Decreased process cycle time, measured through processing time.

Whether you are a large or small manufacturer, if you are looking at FANUC robots for your processes, we invite you to contact Automated Solutions Australia to explore the FANUC robot range today, by calling 1800 ROBOTS. Alternatively you can email us by click here to discuss your unique needs.

Our engineering team at ASA are FANUC robot specialists, from concept to system designs, installations, programming and support. At ASA, we thrive on helping Australian businesses of all sizes achieve their automation goals. This enables domestic manufacturers to develop sovereign capability and compete on the world stage. From our inception in 2002, to 20 years down the track, we have vast experience in a number of applications. From Paint Finishing Melbourne, to Paint Finishing Adelaide, and many other applications, Australia wide. Get in touch today!

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