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Asset management conference

Aimed at helping companies build enterprise-wide asset management programmes, the Asset Management 2005 conference will be held in San Diego, California, in the US, May 10-13, 2005. The conference is hosted by SKF Reliability Systems and will feature presentations, discussions and seminars on three tracks: asset management, reliability engineering and mechanical maintenance. It will focus on what’s required to develop an enterprise-wide culture for success, starting from where a company is currently. Emphasis will be on integrating a reliability programme with plant- or corporate-wide systems, but attendees can also expect to get advice upon which they can act immediately – advice based on real-world information about what works, what doesn’t and why. Managers from all levels, along with other personnel responsible for machine reliability, are encouraged to attend.

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Aimed at helping companies build enterprise-wide asset management programmes, the Asset Management 2005 conference will be held in San Diego, California, in the US, May 10-13, 2005. The conference is hosted by SKF Reliability Systems and will feature presentations, discussions and seminars on three tracks: asset management, reliability engineering and mechanical maintenance. It will focus on what’s required to develop an enterprise-wide culture for success, starting from where a company is currently. Emphasis will be on integrating a reliability programme with plant- or corporate-wide systems, but attendees can also expect to get advice upon which they can act immediately – advice based on real-world information about what works, what doesn’t and why. Managers from all levels, along with other personnel responsible for machine reliability, are encouraged to attend.

With presentations by respected industry leaders, Asset Management 2005 will feature an open exchange of information among attendees in workshops, seminars and industry focus groups. Corporate and plant managers will be able to learn about business trends and knowledge management in local, regional and global settings, while operations and maintenance managers can learn how to set maintenance goals and how to institute operator-driven reliabililty.

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