Lewis-Goetz’s hose management system saves big!

ERIKS North America–owned company, Lewis-Goetz, has announced that its Industrial Hose Maintenance Management Program has saved customers $9.7 million over three years, according to a recent study.

Lewis-Goetz, which operates under the name ERIKS Industrial Services in Canada, designed the Industrial Hose Maintenance Management Program for plants to increase productivity and improve safety, while also reducing the total cost of ownership for hoses and related coupling products. The comprehensive program includes regular hose surveying and testing, as well as safety, maintenance and inspection training sessions.

Eric Hoffman, product business unit leader for industrial and hydraulic hose at ERIKS North America, said “Our Industrial Hose Maintenance Management Program is just one example of how we provide best practices and process improvements designed to lower our customers total cost of ownership and increase their uptime. Through the program, our trained representatives are able to use their extensive know-how to evaluate, recommend, and implement customized solutions that are proven to have a positive impact on a plant’s bottom line.”


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