Engineering Practice, Safety
November 3, 2016
Five reasons why shipping companies should avoid reactive maintenance
A more proactive approach is key to reducing costs
Do you wait for your onboard machinery to fail before performing repair work? Based on several studies and best practices, you shouldn’t.
When it comes to ship maintenance, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is a risky adage to live by. Not only does it ignore the consequences of potential faults, it can also lead to nasty unexpected costs. Here are five reasons shipowners should adopt a more proactive approach to maintaining their vessels.
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