Benchmarking Best-in-Class: The Best Companies Use OEE

According to Aberdeen Group Inc., in Boston, best-in-class companies use overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) widely.

Aberdeen research finds that the key performance criteria that distinguish best-in-class companies from the industry average include on-time and complete shipments, the use of OEE, and response time to non-conforming shipments.

Definition of classMean Class Performance
Best-in-class
(top 20 percent)
84 percent use OEE
95 percent on-time and complete shipment
9.9 hours response to non-conforming shipments
Industry average
(middle 50 percent)
81 percent use OEE
92 percent on-time and complete shipment
17 hours response to non-conforming shipments
Laggards
(bottom 30 percent)
65 percent use OEE
75 percent on-time and complete shipment
70 hours response to non-conforming shipments
 

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