About APG

The Asset Performance Group (APG) is a consultancy that is focused on delivering bottom line value driven by “The Business of Reliability.”

APG is committed to working with clients as a strategic partner and is made up of experienced, technical professionals and subject matter experts supported by robust and structured analysis and integration methodologies. APG’s people are dedicated to helping companies in asset-intensive industries use proven methods to analyze, quantify and deliver sustainable equipment performance and financial results.

Company leaders trust APG to solve their most challenging and difficult maintenance and reliability issues. APG works alongside them to develop insights and implement clear action plans. This enables APG’s clients to make data-driven, strategic decisions on the care and management of their physical assets yielding improvements in safety, environmental stewardship, throughput and cost savings. 

 APG Webinar: Safety Toolbox: Manage Events that Affect Safety and Reliability

Join James Nesbitt, APG Partner, for an interactive webinar on how to manage events that affect safety & reliability. This free webinar provides maintenance tactics  that can be deployed to ensure failure events that affect safety are managed effectively. The presentation will cover the current understanding of how equipment  behaves and will discuss age/life-related failures versus random failure. Register to attend.

 APG Webinar: Safety Toolbox: Manage Events that Affect Safety and Reliability

 

 

 

 

 

Is your production process not achieving desired production rates? Do you understand where the trouble areas in your production process are now and where they might be in the future? Are you going through major process upgrades? Plan to attend Maintrain, 21–24 September 2015, & join Nicole Ponsonby, of APG as she demonstrates the business value of modeling your asset performance using Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) analysis techniques.


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