MRO Magazine

A survivor -no small feat

First of all, congratulations as the survivor and original editor of MRO magazine -- no small feat in today's mostly electronic media mix.


December 1, 2010
By Hank Vandersar

First of all, congratulations as the survivor and original editor of MRO magazine — no small feat in today’s mostly electronic media mix.

The MRO was an enjoyable source of ideas and information during my engineering days in plant projects and maintenance. Furthermore, the technical articles we submitted when I was involved with a service provider not only proved helpful to the readers (as noted by the number of inquiries) but also became useful as training, seminar, advertising and marketing tools as a consequence.

Although it has been eight years since I retired from full-time MRO work, it remains my hobby as I complete projects at home and in my volunteer/part-time work in a hospice and in churches.

I must admit that on some work occasions, I am reminded of the ideas, helpful hints, philosophy and technology gleaned from my exposure to MRO magazine.

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Keep on feeding those MRO masses for the next quarter century with the written word of MRO magazine!

While working with Ainsworth Inc., Hank VanderSar was the provider of MRO’s Tech Tips column.


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