Reliability Track at PaperWeek

What is considered world class when it comes to reliability? Where does the pulp and paper industry stand vs. where it needs to be in order to be competitive and vs. what other industries have done?

This highly anticipated track returns 2017 featuring experts in reliability with industry best practice case studies, as well as experts from other industries to provide participants the most recent advancements and benchmark standards in operational reliability.
Reliability Track Program
Room: Level 2 - Salon 2
Tuesday, February 14
Session 1
10:30 - 12:00

10:30
''Reducing Dryer Felt Roll Bearing Failures at Irving Paper, Saint John, New Brunswick''
Ken Squires, Anthony Bass, Sean McKinley, Irving Paper
11:15
''Best Practices for Water and Energy Conservation''
Robert Laforest, AW Chesterton Company Ltd
Session 2
13:30 - 15:00

13:30
''A Business Case For Reliability''
Torbjörn Idhammar, Idcon
14:15
''Root Cause Problem Elimination in Action''
Torbjörn Idhammar, Idcon
Session 3
15:30 - 17:00

15:30
''How to achieve World Class Asset Performance''
Alain Pellegrino, Laurentide Controls Ltd.

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