IDCON Provides Reliability & Maintenance Training at SCGP Excellence Training Center in Thailand
IDCON INC, a global reliability and maintenance consulting firm headquartered in the United States provided Reliability and Maintenance training for SCGP’s Excellence Center in Thailand July 16 to 20, 2018.
This is the second time IDCON has provided training in the key areas of Reliability and Maintenance Improvements to the SCG team. “We are so pleased to be able to return to Thailand to assist the SCG team with this valuable training.” stated Owe Forsberg, Senior Consultant with IDCON.
IDCON proved three training courses at MIDA GRANDE HOTEL - DHAVARAVATI, NAKHON PATHOM. Fifty-five professionals attended courses that included Work Management Planning and Scheduling, Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Program and Maintenance Cost Control and Asset Management. The instructor for the program was IDCON Senior Consultant Ryan Farr.
For more information about IDCON’s Reliability and Maintenance Training courses it is suggested to contact IDCON directly at +1 919-847-8764
About IDCON INC
IDCON, INC is a highly specialized management consultant firm working within the industry to maximize productivity through improvement in maintenance and operations practices. They support clients worldwide with strategic partnerships in Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, and Asia.
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