The wordpress blog is by Don Fitchett, President of Business Industrial Network (BIN) …
Business Industrial Network’s core business is delivering world class on-site engineering and maintenance training, specializing in Allen Bradley equipment. We also conduct maintenance training seminars in Atlanta and St. Louis.
To further support the industry, our subsidiary Feed Forward Publications offers maintenance, engineering and other industrial related training material. Some of our management, electrical and mechanical related training material offered are Video courses, Ebooks, pocket guides, PLC Training Equipment, Interactive Software, PLC programming examples, Power Points, CDs and CBTs (Computer Based Training courses). We have authors and affiliates around the world and sell to over 120 countries.
- A+ Rating with Better Business Bureau
- Registered with Government CCR database
- Veteran Owned Small Business
Category:Education Category:Industrial Category:Engineering Category:Manufacturing
About Don Fitchett:
Business Industrial Network (BIN) and it’s owner Don Fitchett’s most recent reference of notability is the article titled “Control Panel Design With Maintenance in Mind” published in Control Design Magazine February 2014.
Also of notability for BIN and owner is article titled “How The US Manufacturing Industry Deals With Recession”, published in the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals Organization’s “Solutions Magazine” August 2009 REF: http://www.smrp.org
Don Fitchett has also been published in Facilities Engineering Journal [March/April 2002] with article “What is the True Downtime Cost”. (Also referenced by several publisher like MaintenanceResources.com, automation.com, Pump & Systems Magazine August 2004 and many more.
Also Authors Don Fitchett and Mike Sondalini(coauthor) the extension of the Don Fitchett’s original book -The true cost of manufacturing downtime- (ISBN 1933047151). With this second edition also comes an action plan to utilize existing data sharing technology to monitor the many manufacturing cost categories.
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