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2006/August
Author:Bill Kiesel, Vice President/Publisher
Bill Kiesel, Vice President/Publisher As you go through this issue of MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY, you may be thinking that its purpose is strictly proprietary – just another product of a for-profit magazine publisher. It’s...
Tuesday, 01 August 2006 | 1943 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2006/August
Author:Bob Williamson, Contributing Editor
  Bob Williamson, Contributing Editor What are the perceptions, and the reality, of "maintenance" in today’s world? While there are many recognized national and international standards (definitions, metrics, measures,...
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2006/August
Author:Earl Lewis, CEO, FLIR Systems, Inc.
Earl Lewis, CEO, FLIR Systems, Inc. We live in an age of great uncertainties and dangers to the global economy. Nuclear proliferation, tight energy supplies, global warming, war, terrorism, the clash of civilizations and a whole...
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2006/August
Author:George Dettloff, President and CEO, SKF USA Inc.
George Dettloff, President and CEO, SKF USA Inc. One of the most daunting challenges for customers in the many industries we serve is how to keep machinery running better, longer,more cost-effectively and ever more...
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2006/August
Author:John A. McFarland, Chairman and CEO, Baldor Electric Company
Over the last several years, electricity costs have risen in some areas to 20-year highs. Due to high demand, some cities have suffered brownouts and blackouts. Over 60% of a manufacturing company's electricity bill is consumed by ...
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2006/August
Author:Ken Brown, President, Invensys Process Systems
Ken Brown, President, Invensys Process Systems The biggest challenge that our customers face today is how to drive maximum utilization and contribution from their human and industrial assets–without compromising asset...
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2006/August
Author:Magnus Pousette, Vice President and General Manager, ABB Reliability Services North America
Saying global competition is the main trend facing manufacturers is both dimly trivial and deeply true. Manufacturers are faced with high-quality, lowcost products from countries where quality competition was previously unseen. We...
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2006/August
Author:Mike Laszkiewicz, Vice President, Customer Support & Maintenance, Rockwell Automation
Mike Laszkiewicz, Vice President, Customer Support & Maintenance, Rockwell Automation The biggest challenge currently confronting manufacturers is achieving and sustaining a competitive advantage.Having the right technology ...
Tuesday, 01 August 2006 | 2025 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2006/August
Author:Paul Gray, CEO, NRX Global
Paul Gray, CEO, NRX Global Two of the immediate challenges faced-by asset-intensive process and discrete manufacturers and public sector entities are realizing their full investment in asset management and improving...
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2006/August
Author:Thomas J. Burke, President & Executive Director, OPC Foundation
Thomas J. Burke, President & Executive Director, OPC Foundation Yes, they really did call me nuts-and a few other names, too. They told me I was crazy to suggest that competitors would work together to develop an interoperability...
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