Asset Management Council grows support globally with two Partnering Organisations

The Asset Management Council today announced that it is significantly boosting support and participation on a global level by signing SAP and Transfield Services as Partnering Organisations for the next five years.   

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Partnering Organisations - SAP and Transfield Services

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Introducing the Overseas Chapter Chair: Danny Azavedo

With members located in over 17 countries - including Sweden, Taiwan, Tanzania, United Kingdom, United States of America and Venezuela - the Asset Management Council offers an Overseas Chapter to facilitate cross cultural communication and to properly represent the needs of our international members. Leading the Overseas Chapter is Chapter Chair Danny Azavedo. Danny is also an Awards Assessor for the Asset Management Awards. Learn more about Danny with the following Q&A... Danny_Azavedo

 

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Gold Corporate Member: Parsons Brinckerhoff

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Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) is one of the world’s leading planning, environment and infrastructure consultancies, with over 14,000 staff based in offices across six continents. In Australia and New Zealand, PB’s multidisciplinary team of over 2,500 professionals offers a comprehensive range of multidisciplinary services and total project delivery on projects of any scale.

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A Common Asset Management Context through International Collaboration

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This month, the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) held its third face-to-face meeting during the Gulf Society of Maintenance Professionals (GSMP) inaugural conference in Manama, Bahrain. Attracting 748 registered delegates from 15 countries, the conference presented a program that included fifty-seven papers and panel discussions.

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