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IMEC conference in Toronto Sept 21-24 provides a global view of maintenance success

Toronto, ON -- You are not alone when it comes to tackling your maintenance problems. Others around the globe ...


Toronto, ON — You are not alone when it comes to tackling your maintenance problems. Others around the globe have been there/done that and they want to let you in on the secrets to their success. That’s why you can’t afford to miss the International Maintenance Excellence Conference (IMEC) in Toronto, Sept. 21-24, 2010.

Bringing together some of the most noted asset management experts and most successful maintenance and reliability professionals in the world, this information-packed event will focus on proven solutions to the very problems you’ve been wrestling with at your site.

Participate in a dynamic, competitive learning event as Martijn Lauterbach of Mainnovation presents a Value-Driven Maintenance Business Experience based on real-life maintenance activities and strategies.

Pick up the fundamentals and advanced techniques of maintenance planning and scheduling with Doc Palmer of Richard Palmer & Associates.

Play along with The Manufacturing Game from Ledet Enterprises, and you’ll learn to collapse time and move from reactive to proactive maintenance and operations.

Looking for significant, sustainable benefits for relatively low financial investment? J.R. Paul Lanthier of Ivara will walk you through asset performance-improvement initiatives, based on an increase in asset reliability, that are an excellent way to maximize financial return from your assets.

Gain a fresh perspective on benchmarking from ABB’s Serge Mathieu as he explains how to evaluate current performance and improvement opportunities effectively and efficiently.

All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance from the Centre for Maintenance Optimization & Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) at the University of Toronto. With flexible attendance packages available, IMEC is designed with your needs and your budget in mind.

For details on the educational program, networking opportunities and conference packages, visit www.imec.ca or contact Bill Kiesel at bill@imec.ca.