Siveco to support maintenance improvement at Wuhan Boiler Company

Wuhan Boiler Company, a subsidiary of engineering giant Alstom, has selected Siveco to improve maintenance through the implementation of a computerized maintenance management system at its boiler factory located in Wuhan.


Wuhan Boiler Company


The factory ( represents a total investment of RMB 900 million and is Alstom's largest utility boiler manufacturing site in the world. The company produces state-of-the-art equipment including large circulating fluidized bed boilers, high-efficiency 600 MW supercritical boilers and 1000 MW ultra-supercritical boilers, which reduce emissions of CO2. Covering 463,000 square metres, with a 120,000 square metre workshop, a 15,000 square metre office building and a 6,000 square metre material laboratory, the new facility is one of the largest boiler factory in the world. Production started in November 2009.


About Alstom


Alstom is a global leader in the world of power generation and rail infrastructure and sets the benchmark for innovative and environmentally friendly technologies. Alstom builds the fastest train and the highest capacity automated metro in the world, and provides turnkey integrated power plant solutions and associated services for a wide variety of energy sources, including hydro, nuclear, gas, coal and wind. The Group employs 81,500 people in 70 countries, and had orders of €24,6 billion in 2008/09.


About Siveco China


Siveco is the largest maintenance consultancy in China. Based on a long experience of "maintenance with Chinese characteristics", Siveco has developed a unique approach to address the needs of plant owners in China through the utilization of technological tools. While the market has historically been plagued by IT suppliers without understanding of industrial reality, Siveco is run by maintenance people for maintenance people, focusing on obtaining rapid and sustainable improvement.


Siveco' services include maintenance audits, benchmarking, CMMS implementation and maintenance improvement projects. Siveco provides a suite of very intuitive solutions running web-based or mobile (tablet or smartphone) and compatible with any back-office maintenance system (COSWIN, Maximo, SAP PM, Datastream etc.).


Siveco has over 60 customers across more than 250 sites in China, including ABB, ArjoWiggins, Arkema, BOP, Brose, Changcheng Property Group, Chenming Paper, CNEEC, Danfoss, Expo 2010 pavilions, GDF Suez, IKEA, International Paper, Kerneos, Saint-Gobain, Sichuan Lutianhua, Sogefi, State Grid, ZF, etc.


Siveco China is a subsidiary of Siveco Group, Europe's largest CMMS supplier with over 82,000 users worldwide.


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