IDCON INC Adds New Alliance Partner in South America
IDCON INC and Cumbria Management & Projects have established an alliance agreement to provide professional services and training in the reliability, maintenance and asset management to industry.
The Latin American Alliance between IDCON and Cumbria will include Chile, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Guyana, Venezuela, Suriname and French Guyana.
- Adding a Latin American Alliance to our other strategic world-wide Alliances gives our Latin American clients a local resource in tune with their needs, stated IDCON’s Founder, Christer Idhammar.
IDCON is a Reliability and Maintenance Asset Management Consulting corporation based in the United States with strategic alliances in Canada, Europe, Russia, Asia and Australia to service their clients. They provide management consulting services to all sectors of the processing and manufacturing industries to reduce the overall cost of production through improved maintenance work management.
Cumbria is in the business of providing professional services in Business Management, Project Management, Change Management, Organizational Development and Continuous Improvement Processes. Cumbria’s IDCON Alliance Brand names include “Cumbria an IDCON Alliance Partner” and/or “Cumbria e IDCON Asociados”.
Cumbria’s President, Francis Backhouse, concurred with Idhammar’s statement by adding, “With this Alliance Agreement we can provide professionals services with worldwide experience in the field of Reliability, Maintenance and Asset Management based on a great working relationship with our clients.”
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