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The first step on the road to improvement

Posted on 2015-11-5

The first step on the road to improvement

In China, as a direct result of the economic slowdown, the so-called “new normal”, companies in all industrial sectors are now paying more attention to maintenance. This month, our newsletter editorial team has decided to focus on the maintenance assessment, as we seem to receive more and more requests for assessments.

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The Siveco maintenance assessment

Posted on 2015-11-5

The Siveco maintenance assessment

After over 20 years running maintenance assessments worldwide, Siveco has shown that poor maintenance can drag down profits by up to 40%. Based on a unique experience combining both industrial maintenance expertise and consulting project in China, Siveco has developed a proven maintenance assessment methodology: an approach that has delivered results for many facility owners in China.

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The assessment and its benefits in practice

Posted on 2015-11-5

The assessment and its benefits in practice

As this month’s newsletter focusing on the maintenance assessment, we would like to share some audit stories and the concrete benefits observed. Customers that have benefited from Siveco maintenance assessments include Auchan, Aotong Chemicals, Arkema, Bayer, Berlinwasser, Daramic, Evonik, Faurecia, FIAMM, International Paper, Nokia, Saint-Gobain, SCA Packaging, Shanghai 2010 Expo Pavillions, Sogefi, etc.

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Building maintenance – a practical approach to the EN 15331 standard in China

Posted on 2015-07-1

Building maintenance – a practical approach to the EN 15331 standard in China

Transition from construction to maintenance represents a major challenge in the Chinese market, more particularly when it comes to documentation for Operation & Maintenance (O&M). While building owners find it very difficult to obtain real as-built drawings, equipment documentation is also lacking and maintenance guidelines impossible to find. As a result, FM teams are often left to improvise their maintenance activity, relying on the experience of their team members.

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Status of “Enterprise Asset Management” (EAM) in the Chinese market

Posted on 2011-07-31

Status of “Enterprise Asset Management” (EAM) in the Chinese market

This article is based on an interview of our GM Bruno Lhopiteau, a leading figure in the Chinese utility maintenance market, by magazine Control Engineering China, in which Bruno shares his experience in the power industry and explains its relevance to other process plants.

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The maintenance assessment: a stepping stone for improvement

Posted on 2011-01-24

The maintenance assessment: a stepping stone for improvement

Maintenance assessments (sometimes called “audit” although we prefer the term “assessment”) represent a growing part of our business in China. This article will explore the principles, practice and benefits of such assessments.

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