Program Finalized For Maintenance Seminar In New York October 28

The Marine Preventive Maintenance Seminar to be held at the Vista International Hotel in New York City on October 28 this year will feature an impressive slate of speakers and panelists. The one-day seminar will explore the managerial and financial evaluation of preventive maintenance expenditures and their relationship to utilization of assets and the effect on the "bottom line." The speakers and panelists will discuss the critical decision-making making path leading up to the formulation of a corporate preventive maintenance philosophy and resultant expenditures. In addition, there will be a panel session that will examine the systems and techniques currently available for condition monitoring.

This panel discussion will be moderated by Prof. Aaron Kramer of the Engineering Department of SUNY Maritime College.

Speakers at the seminar will include the following: Dean Chimples, president, M e g a s y s t e m s, Inc.; Henry Christie, chief mechanical officer, The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad; Frank Owens, director of engineering and m a i n t e n a n c e , Trans World Airlines; Alfred R. Philbrick, general manager, Marine Division, Reynolds Metals Company; Roger H. Rotondi, business manager— ferrography, Foxboro Analytical ; Sy Steigelfest, plant engineering manager, The Scott Paper Company; and Bob Wallace, president, Industrial Analyzing Corporation.

The registration fee for the seminar is $225, which includes luncheon and copies of all materials.

For additional information and advance registration, contact Bill Pankow at Meeting Resources, Inc., 32 Broadway, New York, N.Y.; telephone (212) 425- 4345.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 7,  Oct 1981

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