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Turbomachinery International features EthosEnergy in this month’s cover story

Date
April 15, 2021
Category
Impact
Turbomachinery International features EthosEnergy in this month’s cover story

Turbomachinery International explores the “demand for condition-based maintenance programs and fast response to unplanned outages” in their March/April 2021 issue.

Since being faced with a global pandemic, the need for technology and smart thinking have become more important than ever.

In Turbomachinery International’s latest magazine article, they take a look at efficiency, modern machinery, and remote working, with a particular interest in how EthosEnergy is working to meet the needs of customers.

Steve Zwolinski, Senior VP of Strategy at EthosEnergy, shared with TMI what we are doing to meet the emerging needs of our customers and the industry;

“EthosEnergy has seen greater focus on a risk-based maintenance strategy and away from traditional OEM recommendations. This results in increased demand for condition-based maintenance programs and fast response to unplanned outages.

“The company has adapted by enhancing its engineers’ capacity to handle technical or commercial concerns. The company is one of many reporting a slow, steady return to pre-pandemic business activity. This includes the gradual return of normal outage planning and repair and maintenance service requests. Even before the pandemic, cost cutting measures had created higher demand for remote access to shops and technical personnel.”

As a business, we have adapted to the needs of our industry by introducing new and innovative technology such as live video feed interaction, where our customers can speak and interact with our field specialists and engineers in real time.  To find out more about our life extension and rotor solutions, please contact our team today.

Steve Zwolinkski is the Senior VP of Strategy at EthosEnergy
Steve Zwolinkski is the Senior VP of Strategy at EthosEnergy
“EthosEnergy has seen greater focus on a risk-based maintenance strategy and away from traditional OEM recommendations. This results in increased demand for condition-based maintenance programs and fast response to unplanned outages."
Steve Zwolinksi
Senior VP of Strategy

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