MCP is pleased to announce that our Consultant & Trainer, Richard Fathers, has successfully passed his Advanced Asset Management examination. He has now achieved his IAM Diploma in Asset Management. IAM Qualifications are awarded to those who are successful in the related IAM Examinations. The Qualifications are designed to recognise an individual’s knowledge and understanding … Read More
As with life in general there are always two sides to an argument. This one is too wide sweeping to be totally true but for many UK companies, it is too close to the truth! Click here to read more on page 26…
Peter Gagg is presented to Her Majesty The Queen at The Queens Award Winners Reception held at Buckingham Palace, London on Thursday 14th July.
MCP. the Solihull-based consultancy providing asset management consulting and training services celebrates receiving The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2016, in recognition of the company’s growing export success to 50 countries worldwide. This includes recent significant increases in sales of North America, Asia, Europe and the UAE, where a complex change management programme for … Read More
The invite to one of the most exclusive events of the year has landed on our MD’s doorstep Peter Gagg and Richard Jones (retired) are invited to attend a Reception at Buckingham Palace by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh for the Winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2016 on Thursday, 14th July 2016. … Read More
MCP attended the Inaugural Food and Drink Engineering Summit June 7th, the Motorcycle museum, Birmingham The inaugural Food and Drink Engineering Summit had a singular focus to bring together senior management and technical experts from the UK’s food and beverage manufacturers that are instrumental in maintaining and improving the performance of the countries food and … Read More
Public and private organisations invest vast sums of money in assets. These might be infrastructure, utilities, buildings and machinery in sectors such as oil, gas, chemical, utilities, engineering, transport and manufacturing. If you sweat your assets too much they may fail and incur expensive repair and loss of product/ service costs. If your asset … Read More