Taking your plant to the next level of productivity and profitability

Event Name: Total Plant Management

Date: 15th – 17th September 2014

Venue: Crowne Plaza Hotel and Resorts, The Rosebank, Johannesburg, South Africa

Taking your plant to the next level of productivity and profitability

In today’s highly pressurized business environment, Total Plant Management has never been more challenging whereby it has evolved to include a variety of other issues, some of which are more qualitative than quantitative, and some more difficult to measure the success compare to others.

It is true; by increasing plant and equipment reliability will lead to increase production, and ultimately more product revenue potential. Therefore, the challenge for today’s environment in Plant Management is to identify which new developments to adopt. All offer benefits, but limited budgets require careful choices therefore each investment must provide incremental value and extend the existing program. Success must be measured in different ways including costs, availability and judging performance against both internal and external standards. This is because, plants are faced with the challenge of growing production demands with existing machineries and equipments however poor maintenance procedures can cost millions of dollar in repairs for poor quality and lost production as equipment incidents are most critical and need to be investigated since they can result in total loss of the facility. As for that, effective Plant Management requires an understanding of current maintenance practices and capability, clear ideas about areas requiring development and a realistic plan for putting this in place. Understanding areas as they relate to plant reliability and maintenance strategies are crucial, as well as examine current and best practices around maintenance execution, planning and scheduling in order to make better maintenance decisions.

marcus evans is organising Total Plant Management conference 15th – 17th September 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Resorts, The Rosebank, Johannesburg, South Africa . The conference aims to address the strategic decision-making within the whole life of your plant from acquisition to disposal through maintenance strategies for excellence. This conference is focused on the bigger picture. It covers a unique horizon of engineering principles ranging from specific maintenance planning, scheduling, and inspection and monitoring techniques; to physical maintenance, MRO spares, contractor management and HSE Advancements. There will be real world “how we did it” case studies and plenty of opportunities to network with people who have to solve the same issues you face on a daily basis. You will take away new solutions for reliability maintenance to maximize plant ROI and performance, that you can put to immediate use as peers and industry experts share knowledge and experience in a non-commercial environment. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the line up of key international speakers and to network with a very niche and targeted group of delegates from across the world.

Join and network with Tata Steel-South Africa, SAAMA- South Africa, Coca Cola- South Africa, Aditya Birla- India, De Beers Group- South Africa, Kimberly-Clark-South Africa, ISO 55000 Committee- South Africa, Debswana – Orapa and Letlhakane Mines, Botswana, SABMiller- South Africa and more at the conference

Customise your own programme by selecting from any of these streams over Day One and Day Two:

Stream I : Plant Reliability and Integrity

Stream II : Plant Operations and Performance

Featuring an Exclusive Post Conference Workshop on Day 3: Reliability Centered Maintenance

For further details, please contact Cindy Cluny at CindyC@marcusevanskl.com or call +603 27236745

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