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TPM 2017
Melbourne, Australia - 2nd - 3rd March 2017
Conference / congress

Marcus Evans 8th Annual TPM 2017 continues to provide the best in the business with new and innovative ideas to boost plant performance and reduce maintenance and operations costs. We don't just talk about the issues: We dig much deeper than that, offering practical and applicable methodologies and implementation solutions to key challenges so you can take home your learning and apply it in your day-to-day activities

Date(s):
2nd - 3rd March 2017

Time(s):
0800-1700pm (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Venue:
to be confirmed

Contact for booking / more info:
send an email

http://www.marcusevans-conferences-australian.com/
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