Tequila production process

Alberto Zepeda

-Analista Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Pilar Mantenimiento Planeado. -Proyectos: Adecuación Metodología de MP a procesos Administrativos

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How Does the Training Area Relates to Development Management in the Tequila Industry?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 30, 2018 11:00:00 AM / por Alberto Zepeda publicado en Modernization, TPM, Tequila production, Education and Training, human resources

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Before I start this new blog post, I'd like to share that I currently work at the Development Management pillar, in order to acquire knowledge on it and thus, be able to implement it in my area, which is Human Resources. Having this in mind, let's now cut the chase:

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What is PaperLess and How is it Linked to the Simplification of Processes?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 13, 2018 10:00:00 AM / por Alberto Zepeda publicado en Administration and other process, strategic goals

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I will start by describing how do we apply Paper-Less in Casa Sauza, and in order to do so, I want to mention that this program is one of the goals established by the General Management: becoming a Socially Responsible Business (SRB). We decided that it could work on our administrative processes, with documents that are needed in case of external audits. With this main goal in mind, we started to move forward by following a learning path about different technologies needed to achieve it.

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Applying Planned Maintenance to our Administration Processes (Part 2)

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 14, 2018 9:43:40 AM / por Alberto Zepeda publicado en Planned Maintenance, Modernization, TPM, Tequila production

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As I mentioned in my previous post , I will here continue with the next 4 steps to take for the implementation of Planned Maintenance in the Administrative Processes, which are:
  • Step 4.- General Inspection of Quality Function
  • Step 5.- Improvement of the Inspection and the Maintenance Efficiency
  • Step 6.- Carrying out Predictive Maintenance
  • Step 7.- Horizontal Replication
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Applying Planned Maintenance to Administrative Processes

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 30, 2017 2:47:00 PM / por Alberto Zepeda publicado en TPM, Planned Maintenance, Administrative Processess

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Because of the implementation of the TPM methodology within the operations department at Casa Sauza, we have managed to increase our productivity at a lower cost. Our employees better utilize the equipment and they have improved their skills to such a degree that they are now “Technical Operators”. Find out how we have achieved this at Casa Sauza.

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