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ExxonMobil Expands Mobil Serv

October 7, 2019 | By MRO Magazine

ExxonMobil is expanding its Mobil Serv integrated lubrication services (ILS) program, which will provide a holistic maintenance solution for industrial operators in North America.

With Reliable Industrial Group (RIG), the Mobil Serv ILS program will be an industrial end-to-end solution for all plant commissioning, reliability and integrated service needs.

The Mobil Serv |RIG team will provide operators with end-to-end support for a range of services across a plant’s entire lifecycle, including vibration analysis and various flushing, oil-related preventative maintenance and pre-commissioning services.

“In today’s increasingly complex operating environment, companies want partners who can be available on-demand and can serve all their needs,” said Matt Dinslage, Brand and Strategy Advisor, Mobil Serv in North America, ExxonMobil. “Our new relationship with RIG enhances our already strong field presence and ensures we can help customers build and execute maintenance solutions that help them achieve their productivity and sustainability ambitions.”


For larger operators, Mobil Serv | RIG will be able to embed certified and well-trained technicians on-site at the customer’s location to help with daily program management and execution. Mobil Serv ILS program also includes training and consultative services.

“Cutting-edge manufacturing technologies – as exciting as they are – can’t help a business if its maintenance team doesn’t fully unlock its capabilities,” said Jason Bandy, President, RIG. “One of the most exciting outcomes of our relationship with the Mobil Serv team is that we will deliver insights and services to customers across the region while also working hand-in-hand with customers to train their teams to make some of these decisions themselves – helping improve the long-term success of their businesses.”

The enhanced Mobil Serv ILS program is available to industrial operators across the United States, Canada and Mexico.



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