CBM-2010 Condition Monitoring Summit Opens the Reliability Performance Institute

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Fort Myers Florida’s Reliability Performance Institute Offers Deep Focused Events

The CBM-2010 Condition Monitoring Summit was held June 8-11 at the new Reliability Performance Institute, a state-of-the-art conference center in Fort Myers Florida. It was delivered to a sold out audience.

The Reliability Performance Institute is operated by Reliabilityweb.com, a publishing company specializing in Industrial Reliability and Maintenance. Although Reliabilityweb.com has been producing large scale conferences since 2003, the Reliability Performance Institute is designed for deep focused learning and networking events.

According to co-founder and CEO Terrence O'Hanlon, “The Reliability Performance Institute provides us with the opportunity to drill deeper into the specific topics that traditional conference schedules do not permit. By limiting the size of the audience to fewer than 100 people, all with interest in a common topic, we can explore new depths for asset management, reliability and maintenance strategies, techniques and technologies.”

CBM-2010 attendees include companies from Oil Services, Pulp & Paper, US Military, Life Sciences, Water/Wastewater Utilities, Power Generation, US Auto Manufacturing, Aluminum, Natural Gas, Steel, Chemical, Tire and General Manufacturing.

“100% of the CBM-2010 attendees reported learning new maintenance strategies, techniques and technologies that would improve the work they are doing,” stated Kelly Rigg O’Hanlon, Reliabilityweb.com CFO and co-founder, “and that met our goal of delivering a deeper and more effective learning and networking experience.”

The Grand Opening was held June 8 and was followed by the group being invited to throw out the opening pitch at the Fort Myers Miracle Baseball game.

About Reliabilityweb.com:
Reliabilityweb.com (http://www.reliabilityweb.com) includes a network of maintenance and reliability web sites serving over 55,000 maintenance and reliability professionals from around the world. The Reliablityweb.com network also publishes Uptime Magazine a bi-monthly publication for maintenance and reliability professionals. The network serves as a resource for Senior Reliability Executives, Plant Managers, Maintenance Managers and Reliability Engineers. Online tutorials, articles, case histories and news items are updated daily.

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