Fleet owners and operators have a strong incentive to maximize the reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM) of assets to perform their missions.
This imperative is inextricably tied to the bottom line - if a vessel or asset isn’t operating or is difficult or costly to maintain, it’s a drain on organizational resources. Other important considerations can also drive RAM requirements, such as the need to keep Coast Guard or Naval assets in the field to deliver on defense and security missions.
In many cases, downtime due to maintenance, repair or other activities can be accounted for. In other circumstances, unplanned failures can occur which threaten to upend even the most carefully planned operations. In all cases, a holistic view of a fleet or asset’s lifecycle can help owners understand, plan and carry out sustainment work in a way that maximizes availability and operational performance.
We offer expert teams and services that support these objectives. Our employees have decades of experience in large fleet asset management and offer real-world, practical knowledge of the best practices that are used by commercial and government fleets. We’ve developed and implemented fleet lifecycle management and integrated logistics (ILS) programs that have delivered measurable results in asset availability, maintenance hours and failure rates. We build in well-documented systems, processes and tools that continuously drive improvement, keep RAM considerations at the core of acquisition and design, and deliver new efficiencies and value. We can deliver ILS and support services for new acquisitions and work within existing systems and assets at any point in their life cycle.
Our lifecycle management capabilities include:
Contact us today to discuss how we can help you improve the reliability, availability and maintainability of your assets and support improvements to how they are managed.