On November 27 and 28, The Institute of Asset Management organized the Asset Management Conference 2019 at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel in London, UK. Asset Managers and thought leaders from all over the world travelled to the UK to learn about the latest developments and innovations in asset management.
On Wednesday November 27, CEA systems participated in the “Nationaal Asset Management Congres” held by NVDO. NVDO recognizes that “Management and Maintenance” is no longer an isolated discipline anymore but plays a key role in the Asset Management chain. These departments are looking for harmony with other disciplines within organization.
On October 8 & 9, Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2019 opened its doors to all professionals in the offshore industry. This year’s edition was focused on “home of energy transition”, shaping the future of energy together.
CEA Systems will participate in the Asset Management Conference that will take place in London on November 27th and 28th. At the event, our very own Asset Improvement Manager, Ton Klinkenberg, will be hosting a speaker session about the role of an asset manager and the importance of asset information management. This presentation and many others in the conference aligns well with our aim to manage asset lifecycle information under one source of truth.
To introduce CEA System’s Asset Information Management Solution to the tank terminal industry, we have become a Networking Partner of the largest platform for tank storage within the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) region, iTanks.
CEA Systems will demonstrate the Plant-4D platform on August 15-17 at the 12th annual Maintenance & Reliability Symposium (MaRS) in Houston, Texas. This symposium is organized by the SMRP's Houston Chapter to share the latest knowledge in the field.
International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) is organizing the 38th annual International Operating Conference and Trade show in Houston on June 11-13. CEA Systems will be at the trade show to present our revolutionary solution for Asset Information Management in the Terminal industry: Plant-4D.
Visit our stand #172 to experience a new dimension of control in Tank Terminal asset management!
Tank terminals strive for a maximum throughput in a rapidly changing market. Therefore Tank Terminals need to be compliant, in control and operate effectively. Any incident, delay or penalty will affect or even shut down site operations and decreases its flexibility and competitiveness. Plant-4D enables you to mitigate risks and ensure a license to operate, plant compliance and asset integrity.