In the world of maintenance, repair and operations (MRO), time is of the essence. Missing parts, incomplete BOMs, and time wasted searching the storeroom for a replacement component can lead to excessive downtime and ballooning costs. In this webinar we will be looking at one strategy to improve your MRO strategy and increase wrench time: kitting. Join us in this webinar to learn why kitting is important for an efficient MRO strategy, how it helps to increase wrench time and reduce costs, and what you will need to successfully implement a kitting process.

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Jeremy Borton

Sr. Maintenance & Reliability Consultant
MaxGrip Jeremy Borton

Mr. Borton started professional consulting in 1999 with Management Resources Group Inc. Mr. Borton is responsible for overseeing field operations and internal development with MaxGrip Americas.

During his tenure Mr. Borton has implemented several enterprise projects spanning several states and countries at times. These implementations consists of everything from creating a master equipment list to cleansing MRO data to facilitating RCM workshops. In the past several years Mr. Borton has been focusing on Asset Performance Management (APM) and has conducted over 30 APM assessments on two different continents in 3 different countries.

Mr. Borton has 20 years of professional consulting experience. His past positions include lead trainer MRG, Sr. Reliability Engineer lead Chevron pipeline, Project Manager British Petroleum Alaska, APM Lead South America.

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