Thank you to our awesome sponsors, without whom we couldn’t have brought this great event to you. The hub of the conference experience is the solutions showcase – where you can engage with and speak frankly to these Asset Management vendors who are serious about helping you make the smartest business connections and solution investments.
ARMS Reliability is a leading global provider of reliability engineering to companies operating fixed plant, rotating equipment, mobile fleets, power supplies and other infrastructure assets. Since 1995, we’ve helped companies around the world - and across a broad range of industries - to get more from their assets, avoid unplanned downtime and reduce operating costs. With offices in Australia, North America, South America, and Europe our experienced team of engineers and trainers can help you with:
- Maintenance Strategy Development and Optimisation
- Reliability Strategy Development & Management
- RAMS Studies
- Spare Parts Analysis and Optimisation
- Life Cycle Costing
- Root Cause Analysis and Defect Elimination
- Process Reliability
- Vulnerability Analysis and Assessment
- Asset Investment Planning and Management
"The calibre of people attending Mainstream is second to none"
"I know the mechanics of “what” you guys do, but there is a spark in your “how” that is just impossible to bolt down. It is in the essence of every one of your people - you do it just so well!"
"Mainstream is the best Asset Management and Reliability conference in the world"
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Mainstream conferences are networks of connected organisations, people, and ideas. One of the key lessons we have learnt from 21 years of creating Enterprise Technology events, is that despite the useful information being presented, the real value happens outside the sessions and around the exhibition and meeting areas - when people get together, network, share information and ideas. And so Mainstream has been designed around achieving maximum ‘contact time’ between sponsors, delegates and speakers.