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Although a master craftsman of glass, Saverglass is still part of a heavy industry. The Group has rolled out an efficient industrial tool at its four glass plants that produce 370,000 tons of glass per year spread over its 6 ovens and 31 production lines. The maintenance employees are responsible for glass production plants that are renowned for being true technological gems.
The maintenance departments are responsible for ensuring performance and continuity in production 24/7. The level of technology within the plants is evolving very quickly. These are highly technical roles in which organization, an ability to adapt, flexibility and the sharing of experiences among employees play an essential part.
Serving and ready to listen to production, the maintenance teams are responsible for maintaining and repairing the facilities, as well as the broader task of preventative maintenance and even developing machine features. They help to optimize Saverglass' productivity by handling changes to the manufacturing processes. This involves installing new molds and fine-tuning the mechanics with precision to ensure high-quality production.
The Maintenance Technician’s job is focused on safeguarding, maintaining and improving the industrial facilities, while ensuring production continuity. They have a wide scope: composition, furnaces, IS machines, feeders, lehrs, Cold End lines, decoration workshops, etc. The technicians contribute directly to the company's quality processes and, together with the production teams, they play a leading role in continuously improving production tools.
The maintenance and monitoring of facilities upstream represents a key factor in preventing breakdowns and maintaining the company's productivity. When a breakdown occurs, the technician acts as soon as possible to prevent any impact on production. This position requires rapid action, as well as reflection and experience.
An electrical technician works on maintenance operations over all the site facilities, mainly in automation and/or industrial IT. They perform the diagnostics and define the order of priority for jobs. They record the job history on the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software. This traceability enables them to refer to earlier analysis reports so they can act and react quickly and in a suitable manner, whether the actions are to prevent or resolve issues.
Even if technicians develop a specialty, the wide variety of facilities gives them the ability to deal with every situation. This flexibility is shown both in electrical as well as mechanical and even pneumatic problems. This job therefore requires an extremely broad knowledge of the facilities and the ability to work independently. Experience is also vital.