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New Site Launch - RME

Amazon Logistics (AMZL) Reliability and Maintenance Engineering (RME) team is responsible for leading a large maintenance team that is responsible for maximizing equipment uptime, ensuring equipment maintenance and leading improvement projects in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment within Amazon Last Mile Delivery stations. AMZL network is growing rapidly at a pace of 89% YoY growth rate. This rapid expansion has led to increased complexity within the delivery station network which in turn has led to emergence of varied types of issues across RME operations. The intent of this project will be to optimize our current preventive maintenance plan to make it more dynamic and proactive based on site health and equipment at risk signals. The final project deliverable will be to launch a report/ dashboard which will share the list of preventive maintenance tasks, at fixed time period intervals, based on site RME metrics, RME output metrics and equipment at risk signals.

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Student Team:

David Lee – Master of Business Administration

Christina Weiberg – Master of Business Administration

Project Sponsor:

Mike Curry – Launch Program Manager, NACF Team Lead

Faculty Advisors:

Debra Levantrosser – College of Engineering

Eric Svaan – Ross School of Business