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FieldComm Group seeks nominees for 2017 Plant of the Year Award

28 March 2017

Qualified nominees for the 15th annual Plant of the Year Award are now being sought by FieldComm Group, which recognises end user companies in the process automation industry for their valuable application of FOUNDATION Fieldbus, FDI and/or HART Communication technologies. Nominations will be accepted until 31 May 2017.

Selection of the Plant of the Year is based on a plant’s use of FieldComm Group's field communication and integration technologies and does not relate to the size or location of the installation. "We are seeking a plant that has taken the capabilities of FOUNDATION Fieldbus, HART, HART-IP or WirelessHART enabled devices beyond configuration and calibration,” said Ted Masters, FieldComm Group President and CEO. “It can be a plant that is using real-time device diagnostics and process information integrated with control, information, asset management, safety systems or any other system to lower operating costs, reduce unplanned downtime and improve operations.”

Previous recipients of the Plant of the Year Award have included MOL (Hungry), Nucor Steel (USA), Dow Chemical (USA), Monsanto (USA), Shell (Canada), MOL (Hungary), Mitsubishi Chemical (Japan), PDVSA (Venezuela), Statoil (Norway), Sasol (South Africa), Clariant (Germany), and DuPont (USA). A complete list of recipients and their success stories are available at go.fieldcommgroup.org/award

Nomination forms and program details are available at go.fieldcommgroup.org/award


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