26 Top Speakers Share Their Experiences at the Bearing Reliability Conference in Dortmund in March
The most important Bearing Industry event of 2016 will take place on 22-23 March 2016 in Dortmund, during a 2 days long Conference, Workshops and EXPO. BRCE2016 is the meeting place where both the global bearing players meet the established global equipment Reliability strategies and brings them both together as one message – Bearing Reliability!
For two days you will experience powerful Key Note speakers from both competencies, listen to selected experts present their strategies to make the bearing more reliable, join workshops designed to help you implement the best strategies and visit the key industrial players at the Exhibition center.
The conference has 4 main sections, with in total 29 presentations and 9 workshops.
The Bearing is the rotating heart of all machines and if it fails or malfunctions, then so does the machine or equipment, simply put DOWNTIME and LOST PRODUCTION prevail.
By making the bearing last longer -more reliable, equipment uptime will increase and maintenance costs will subside.
This Conference, Workshop and Exhibition structure, will give you the knowledge to help improve your company’s business result.
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