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7 Strategies to Reduce Cost of Maintenance, Repair & Operation (MRO) Supplies

Maintenance, Repair, and Operation (MRO) supplies can constitute a substantial part of the purchases by an organisation. Thus, a concerted effort is needed to reduce the non-valued cost, and improve the profitability of an organisation. This article explores seven strategies to reduce the cost of MRO supplies in an organisation.

Strategy 1: Analysing The Spend

A thorough analysis of an organisation spend will allow it to determine what it buys, how much it is paying and who is getting most of the dollars. Performing this analysis is challenging and will take the efforts of not only the procurement team but also stakeholders from each business group it serves.

Data collection is the most time-consuming element of the task and can be frustrating. But it is critical to the success of the initiative. Stakeholders cannot easily make decisions, eliminate inefficiencies or improve performance without knowing what, where and how MRO categories are purchased.


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Nora Isnin, DPSM
Nora Isnin has substantive years of experience in the power plant sector. The nature of her work requires her to co-ordinate with the procurement and materials management team. Nora is a member of Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). She is completing the course on Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management (DPSM) at SIPMM Institute.
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