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Proven Strategies And Best Practices For Efficient Asset Management And Maintenance

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dec 15 15Proven Strategies And Best Practices For Efficient Asset Management And Maintenance

An aligned approach to IT systems, asset strategy, and people and productivity has the power to profoundly impact operational and commercial success.

The T.A. Cook event “Maintenance Days Europe” is designed to reflect the latest challenges facing the global asset management community, with a user focused agenda that has been comprehensively researched with maintenance (Read More) 

and asset management professionals.

Maintenance Days Europe will allow to explore global asset management strategies and best practices in implementing ISO 55000. Attendees will hear practical case studies on the optimisation and life extension of ageing assets as many global operators are working with (and trying to prolong the life of) ageing plants and equipment. With IT innovation offering increased asset visibility and efficiency, they will also learn about the latest IT trends, mobile condition assessment, data management, analytics, and more.

Over two information packed days, this event will feature case studies covering the strategically important areas of asset strategy and asset intelligence management. Experts from a diverse range of process industry organisations like BASF, ENGIE E&P, GE Power, MOL, SABIC UK Petrochemicals, Tarmac and many more who will share best practice, challenges and lessons learned. For example, Sitech will explain how they use predictive analytics to improve plant performance. Transport for London will show how they have implemented an effective asset management strategy.  GlaxoSmithKline will share their experience on successfully implementing a Reliability Based Maintenance Program. Abu Dhabi Oil Refinery will discuss how to use obsolescence as an opportunity to optimise and modernise assets through timely and in depth due diligence. Nowhere else will you have access to this level of experience and expertise, all in one place at one time.

This event is a unique platform to gain practical advice, ideas, and processes that organizations can implement in their own working environment. Nowhere else will such a diverse range of strategic and technical topics be covered by practitioners. This is a great chance to network and share experiences with maintenance and asset management professionals from a diverse range of industries.  

Maintenance Days Europe will take place 1-2 March, 2016 in Birmingham, UK.

Find out more at the event website:
www.tacook.com/maindayseurope