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Free Webcast Drives Home Benefits of Proactive Maintenance

June 9, 2015
Officials at Noria Corp. explain that the cost of a reactive maintenance program can be up to ten times that of a proactive approach. This affects numerous aspects of your business, including downtime, employee morale, attrition to share price and even operational viability.

Officials at Noria Corp. explain that the cost of a reactive maintenance program can be up to ten times that of a proactive approach. This affects numerous aspects of your business, including downtime, employee morale, attrition to share price and even operational viability.

As part of their continuing series of free webinars, Noria will present, "How to Cost Justify Your Lubrication Program" on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, from 2:00 to 3:00 PM EDT. But if you already have plans for that time or can't tune in for any other reason, you can register for the on-demand version. this allows yo to view the webinar at your leisure at a later date. 
 
In this webinar, Noria's Tom Kurtz will explain why a proactive maintenance regime and sound asset management program should start with a world-class lubrication program.
 
Participants will learn:

The core elements of lubrication excellence and the best ways to achieve, sustain and measure its impact on your organization.
Strategies to present and secure program buy-in from company leadership.
Tools and exercises to calculate the program’s return on investment and other financial metrics.

Thomas Kurtz is the director of business development for Noria Corporation. He is responsible for customer relations and provides critical input into technical services development. Thomas holds Machine Lubrication Technician Level II and Machine Lubricant Analyst Level III certifications from the International Council for Machinery Lubrication. Contact him via email at [email protected].

Click here to register for the live webinar or on-demand version.

About the Author

Alan Hitchcox Blog | Editor in Chief

Alan joined Hydraulics & Pneumatics in 1987 with experience as a technical magazine editor and in industrial sales. He graduated with a BS in engineering technology from Franklin University and has also worked as a mechanic and service coordinator. He has taken technical courses in fluid power and electronic and digital control at the Milwaukee School of Engineering and the University of Wisconsin and has served on numerous industry committees.

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