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GE’s Bently Nevada Unveils New Customer Application Center in Minden, Nev.

GE’s Bently Nevada, a GE Measurement & Control business, today announced the grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art Customer Application Center (CAC) at Bently Nevada headquarters in Minden, Nev.

At an invitation-only ribbon cutting ceremony, customers will tour the facility and experience the complete Bently Nevada product portfolio installed in a real-world industrial environment to simulate the most demanding applications across the oil, gas and power generation industries. 

The newly minted facility will showcase how GE Bently Nevada products and services work together to optimize plant operations, maximize the value of equipment, enable successful expansion with on-time projects and lower long-term maintenance expenses. At the CAC, GE customers can participate in training sessions, demonstrations and customization exercises through a series of interactive interfaces and multimedia presentations designed to address their unique needs. On-site GE domain experts offer one-on-one support, helping customers to operate safely while maximizing plant uptime and efficiency.
 
“At GE Measurement & Control, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive healthcare for manufacturing and industrial environments by continuously exploring solutions for tomorrow, keeping our customers at the forefront of quality, safety, service and productivity,” said Art Eunson, general manager, GE’s Bently Nevada. “At our new Minden CAC, customers can experience the many benefits of applying industry best practices exemplified by GE’s Bently Nevada industry-leading products and services for machine protection and condition monitoring.”
 
GE is committed to making a difference in its customers’ lives through the development and application of innovative, advanced technologies designed to help them succeed. Demonstrating this ongoing customer-centric approach, the Minden, Nev., facility is the first in a series of nine new GE Customer Application Centers that will open around the world in 2012. 
 
From refineries and petrochemical plants to hydroelectric facilities and wind farms, GE’s Bently Nevada offers trusted and proven vibration monitoring equipment and a comprehensive services portfolio help improve the reliability and performance of production assets.
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