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Best Practice In Industrial Asset Management

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November 16

Hardwick Hall | Sedgefield TS21 2EH

9:30 am - 3:30 pm


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NEPIC has partnered with the Automotive and Manufacturing Advanced Practice (AMAP) to showcase a diverse range of excellent productivity and maintenance case studies from not only the Process Sector but also across Automotive, Oil & Gas and Engineering.

Through this event, we will demonstrate transferrable lessons from across the manufacturing spectrum, that Production and Engineering Managers can apply to their own operations, as well as showcasing the broad range of asset management capabilities that are available within the region.

The event will also be supported by an asset management and manufacturing improvement focussed exhibition which will include demonstrations of industrial asset management tools and techniques.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnology
  • Emerson Automation Solutions
  • AMAP
  • Institute of Asset Management
  • Siemens Power Generation
  • Technip
  • Essity, formerly SCA Hygiene
  • Worley Parsons

Plus further speakers to be announced soon.

Detailed Agenda
0700 – 0800 Exhibition set up
0800 – 0900 Registration & Exhibition
0900 Welcome & Introduction  
Felix O’Hare, SME & Supply Chain Director, NEPIC
0910 Introduction to AMAP and how they support best practice in productivity and
maintenance across various industrial sectors
Dr David Baglee & Roger O’Brien, AMAP
0930 From photographic paper to biologics – Fujifilm Diosynth’s journey to Bio Manufacturing Excellence
Nick Martin, VP Operations, Fujifilm Diosynth Technologies
1000 Achieving Operational Certainty in turnarounds through Best Practice including extension
of periods between Turnarounds
Michael Whittaker, Strategic Accounts Manager, Reliability, Emerson Automation Solutions
1030 – 1100  Networking Break & Exhibition
1100 How Essity have adopted best practice techniques in productivity and maintenance
Simon Miller, Operations Manager, Essity (formerly SCA Hygiene)
1130  How a service engineering company in the power and gas sector a diverse portfolio
transfer knowledge utilising digital tools
Richard Gorton, Business Excellence Manager, Siemens Power Generation
1200 An overview and scope of the maintenance improvement project at TechnipFMC
Peter Usher, Greencore
1230 Outline of Institute of Asset Management opportunity for manufacturing and engineering
companies plus a client insight to adopting ISO55000 via a Yorkshire Water case study
David J Owen, Group Risk & Compliance Manager, Kelda & Yorkshire Water Services Ltd
1300 – 1400  Lunch
1330 – 1500  Show & tell session from asset management solution providers
1500 Summary & round up
1530 Close

Rates & Registration

Delegate Rate, NEPIC Member: £50 + vat
Delegate Rate, Partner: £75 +vat
Delegate Rate, Non-members £100 + vat

To express your interest in joining us as an exhibitor, please contact Felix O’Hare or Liz Rooney.

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