|Event Date/Time: Oct 15, 2009||End Date/Time: Oct 16, 2009|
The success of our first PALM Forum last March has demonstrated the growing attention that plant operators are giving to asset management. As a result, plant asset lifecycle management is quickly growing into one of the most effective profit-generating tools in manufacturing and equipment intensive enterprises.
While more and more companies continue to test the waters of asset lifecycle management as a holistic endeavour, industry leaders forge ahead, generating record standards in plant efficiency and pushing information systems providers to generate more data in a real-time, putting more control back in the hands of decision makers.
We plan to build on the success of the first conference with an even more exciting panel of speakers presenting on challenges and demands that operators are dealing with now. Our event offers a complete package, providing a meeting place for the forward-thinking elite among maintenance experts and operators, as well as a well-rounded discussion of the collected insight and experience in the asset lifecycle management field.
Through case studies, interactive roundtable and panel discussions, and workshops, the 2nd Annual PALM Forum will provide you with the understanding and the tools to initiate or expand your companyâ€™s asset management strategy.
Process Manager for Maintaining Excellence, Rohm & Haas
Maintenance Manager, Bayer
Vice President of Operations, Linde Gas
Operational Excellence Manager, Borealis
Maintenance Group Manager, SABIC
Reliability Engineer, Hexion Chemicals
Project Manager, Ceska Rafinerska
Manager of Technical Governance, BASF
Devising strategies and processes for implementing PALM throughout the enterprise
Adapting existing maintenance systems to fit objectives using lifecycle management plans
Discovering analysis approaches for finding root causes of failure and interoperability processes for automation and integration
Benchmarking and analysing asset performance and creating an atmosphere of constant improvement
Establishing methods for increasing reliability and productivity with older assets
Overcoming the challenges of the human element of putting new systems in place and accomplishing culture change