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Inventory Maintenance, Repair, and operations – PASTI JALAN

Inventory Maintenance, Repair, and operations (MRO

Hotel Ibis Jogjakarta |  17 – 19 Oktober 2012 | Rp. 6.000.000 / Orang




Keeping the right equipment and parts on-site to repair and maintain production equipment is a balancing act. You need to keep manufacturing running while minimizing unnecessary overhead. It’s about more than just having the right part at the right time. It’s about planning, managing inventory, coordinating deliveries from a wide variety of suppliers, having real-time visibility of every part in the pipeline, and making sure the whole complex, resource-intensive process is cost effective.
This complexity is what makes maintenance, repair, and operations supplies (MRO) so challenging for so many businesses. Identifying and eliminating indirect supply chain inefficiencies requires a close look at the processes, people, and technologies involved in the entire MRO supply chain. This initial evaluation helps to identify each component of the total cost of ownership. Our goal is to look beyond just price, and analyze less-obvious expenses, eliminate waste, and ultimately streamline the supply chain


  • Maintenance types
    • Preventive maintenance
    • Corrective maintenance
    • Predictive maintenance
    • Reliability centered maintenance
  • Maintenance Management System
  • Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
  • Supply chain management
  • Intelligent Inventory System
  • Demo Version)


Inventory staff, maintenance staff, engineer, etc.


Dr. ir. Paryana Puspaputra

Paryana Puspaputra was born in Kotabumi on January 19, 1964, is a Lecturer at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Indonesia Islamic University – Indonesia. Undergraduate from Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (ITB) in 1990 and master degree in Mechanical Engineering Department of Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan in 1996. He achieved his doctorate degree in Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (ITB) in 2012

He is also experienced as consultant and training instructure for several manufacturing and oil company, such as Federal Motor, Murni Gold, Chevron, Total, KPA, Petrokimia, Semen, Indonesia Power, Autodesk, ZWCAD, Delcam, etc. His background in mechanical equipment and machinery is completed with knowledge in instrumentation technology which was started from his final project in undergraduate by making software and data acquisition for predictive maintenance, and continued with his graduate thesis in control system for nano technology. There are researches and industrial implementation in data acquisition such as building the DNC system for production-shop using CNC machine, developing the balancing machine for Panasia Indosyntex – Bandung, SCADA system Development based on Fuji Electric control system (for IPAL – Pertamina – Cilacap, Toxic Gas Monitoring – Dieng – Central Java, etc). Moreover, he is also an official trainer of softwares for design and manufacturing base on CAD/CAM Technology (AutoCAD, Inventor, and Delcam PowerShape, ArtCAM) and familier with some finite element based analysys softwares such as Moldflow, ANSYS, SAP, etc.


  • DATE                          :  17 – 19 Oktober 2012
  • VENUE                     : Hotel Ibis Jogjakarta


Rp. 6.000.000,- / person, non residential

(Include: training kit, coffee break, lunch)

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