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San Diego, CA – August 2, 2021: The Titleist brand of golf equipment is synonymous with high performance and quality. The three plants that produce the legendary Titleist golf balls including the venerable Pro V1 line all use Mainsaver Enterprise Asset Management software to manage equipment and spare parts inventory. This year, Titleist added Mainsaver to the West Coast plants that produce golf clubs.
Mainsaver is used for preventive maintenance checklists as well as corrective work requests that originate from Production Supervisors. Requests are reviewed and prioritized. Work orders are assigned to maintenance personnel and PM checklists are filled out at the time of work order closure.
Detailed job plans attached to preventive maintenance tasks help to optimize equipment availability and safety. Mainsaver will also be used to track maintenance spares.
About Titleist and Acushnet
Acushnet is one of the largest manufacturers of golf equipment in the world. The company has the #1 market share in balls, shoes and gloves on each of the worldwide professional golf tours, as well as in the on and off course golf shops. There are five product lines (balls; clubs; shoes; gloves and accessories) sold under the brand names (Titleist; FootJoy; and Pinnacle). The company sells its products through five primary channels of distribution: on course pro shops (“green grass”); off course golf shops; sporting goods stores; mass merchants; and the corporate custom channel for logo golf balls. (GOLF:NYSE)
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