This is another how long is a piece of string question and depends largely on what assets you are managing, what strategic context exists for their use, what systems of maintenance you use, what corporate KPI measurement system you might have and so on.
For example if you have a fairly simple approach to maintenance then the first link includes a fairly comprehensive list of potential maintenance KPIs (page 3 of the article). And the second is more of a discussion overview that may add further context.
If your company uses Strategy Maps in its strategy deployment and the Balanced Scorecard as its performance management system then the following article on the "maintenance scorecard" may be more appropriate.
There again if you are very sophisticated (or wish to be) in your maintenance management system then perhaps KPIs related to Reliability Centered Maintenance may be best for you. If you are unfamiliar with RCM this link is a good introduction. Link4
The following link highlights a book by John Moubray (a recognised world leader and pioneer in the development of RCM) which includes a chapter on maintenance metrics Link5
(this may have been further updated in 2001 see Amazon.co.uk)
And to finish off the company John founded can be found here
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