The Total quality management (TQM) and Total productive maintenance (TPM) paradigms have in common the basic idea that the manufacturing system overall performance results not only from front-line operator’s direct work, but also from the interaction of a whole set of concatenated tasks that must be fulfilled by employees allocated at diverse functional spheres (internal or external to manufacturing system). TQM and TPM aim at widespread involvement and commitment throughout the implementing unit. They include tools and techniques, which can enable any one at any level to improve their daily work on a step-by-step basis. They aim to use the organization’s own employees and managers and trainers rather than outside consultants. Thus, the improvement approaches derived from TQM and TPM paradigms suggest the pursuit of performance gains in the whole stream of activities, which compound materials flow, product life and equipment life respectively. The bussiness performance enhancement through Transfusion of TQM and TPM paradigms has been elaborated in the study.