These are strange and stressful times we’re living in right now.
We greatly appreciate all of the courageous healthcare workers on the frontlines as well as the dedicated local and state officials who are all working tirelessly to do their part to contain this pandemic. We know decisions being made on all fronts are difficult and not done lightly. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those who have been personally impacted by COVID-19 and to those who have fallen ill, we wish you a full and speedy recovery.
As companies across the nation struggle to strike a balance between focusing on the health of their people and keeping their business afloat, those in the manufacturing industry have the added pressure of having to monitor the health of other critical assets: their machines.
The value of Predictive Maintenance Programs (PdM) has never been more apparent.
Machine reliability programs are designed to keep production running efficiently and without incident. As the world continues to wage war on an invisible enemy, U.S. manufacturers are likely pushing their equipment to the limit, running it at 110% to meet the increase in demand in a decreased amount of time.
The nation is counting on your products being available – many of which now are now playing a critical role in overcoming the current pandemic in which we find ourselves. But what all too many don’t realize is that pushing machines beyond capacity often creates significant damage on the backend. Our analysts can help you to avoid this.
Downtime at any time can be devastating. Downtime at a time like this can put a company right out of business.
“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” – Henry Ford
As a service company, in addition to abiding by CDC guidelines, the strict protocols we have put in place are designed to not only protect the health and wellbeing of our valued employees but also those of our customers. We also understand the need for companies to limit their “essential” personnel – we are doing the same.
However, at a time when your business’s profitability relies heavily on the strength and health of your machinery, including your reliability partner, IVC, on your “essential” personnel list just makes good business sense.
Our partnership was made for times like these. You focus on the health of your employees…let us focus on the health of your machines.
Remain vigilant, stay well, and contact us: https://ivctechnologies.com/contact/
Pete Epperson – President