Cargill executive to keynote Ultrasound World IV
The fourth annual Ultrasound World conference is Jan. 27-30, 2008, at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort in Clearwater Beach, FL, and features Timothy Goshert as keynote speaker.
The fourth annual Ultrasound World conference, scheduled from Jan. 27-30, 2008, at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort in Clearwater Beach, FL, will feature Timothy Goshert as keynote speaker.
Goshert, a worldwide reliability and maintenance manager with Cargill, Inc., has 28 years of working experience, inclusive of plant operations management, project engineering, and construction management. He is currently responsible for educating and leading Cargill’s business units for the company’s maintenance and reliability visions, strategies, and tactics.
Ultrasound World offers numerous lectures and workshops for maintenance and plant operations professionals.
Presented by international plant operation experts, the conference will focus on topics such as energy conservation, bearing monitoring techniques, lubrication inspection, and condition-based monitoring.
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