Reliability and Maintenance management expert to hold public seminars in Seattle, WA and Chicago, IL
One-day seminar reveals how to build and sustain a successful reliability and maintenance program in industrial plants.
IDCON INC, a reliability and maintenance consulting firm headquartered in the United States with partners worldwide, has announced one-day management seminars to be led by company founder, Christer Idhammar.
- The Results Oriented Reliability and Maintenance Management Seminar has been presented at organizations and conferences around the world. It makes sense to offer this valuable learning experience in a public setting, said Torbjorn Idhammar, President of IDCON.
- Christer’s enthusiasm and experience will be of great benefit to the participants.
- We encourage plants to send a team consisting of Operations, Maintenance, Leadership, Engineering and Stores stated Christer Idhammar.
- Doing so will garner the greatest success in implementing the learnings of the seminar at their plant. he explained.
The seminar will be held in Seattle, WA on April 21st and Chicago, IL on April 23rd. Companies interested in registering should visit www.idcon.com for more information or call IDCON at 919 847 8764.
Plants unable to attend the public seminars can reserve a date for the seminar to be held at their location by calling IDCON.
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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