ANALYSIS OF THE PILAR TPM EFFECT ON PRODUCTIVITY TO IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF TEXTILE INDUSTRIES IN INDONESIA

  • Diky Herdiawan, Erry Rimawan,

Abstract

The growth of the textile industry is growing rapidly in Indonesia, both on a large scale (macro) and small scale (micro). Based on data from Ministry Industrial in 2016, the textile and textile products industry (TPT) is currently ranked third in national exports and The Indonesian government is targeting exports of the textile and textile products (TPT) of 2019 to reach USD 15 billion and USD 30 billion in 2025. This is a big challenge for all companies to increase the amount of their exports so that all targets are expected. Productivity is one challenges faced so that needed various systems one of which is TPM. TPM is a method used to increase machine productivity through maintenance of equipment. Aim from research this is for knowing how much influence TPM pillars are measured formatively through Autonomous Maintenance, Planned Maintenance Against an Administrative Office Productivity. Data collected and then processed using the SmartPLS 3.0 application. Evaluation is carried out for the outer model (measurement model) and then the Inner model (structural model). Research this find results that of the 3 selected TPM pillars Autonomus Maintenance has a significant effect to productivity while Planed Maintenance has influence was and who occupies position last one is a maintenance office administration small. Paper this recommend that top management commitment infor improve skills and knowledge employee especially operators so that the TPM pillar runs with well and so that productivity of the textile industry more and more high will chaotic to value export so that have power competitiveness industry high Indonesian textiles to other countries.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Diky Herdiawan, Erry Rimawan,. (2020). ANALYSIS OF THE PILAR TPM EFFECT ON PRODUCTIVITY TO IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF TEXTILE INDUSTRIES IN INDONESIA. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 5256-5268. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/25933