EFNMS Euromaintenance Incentive Award in Maintenance
The EFNMS Euromaintenance Incentive Award was established by Dr. Stefano Salvetti and his Foundation and the European Federation of National Maintenance Societies – EFNMS. The Award is sponsored and supported by the Salvetti Foundation.
The EFNMS Euromaintenance Incentive Award is in recognition of extraordinary accomplishment in the field of maintenance. The award is aimed at individuals, teams or institutions in acknowledgement of their Outstanding Performance, New ideas in the field of maintenance, Ideas in applying new technology or new techniques, new type of organization which will add to the already existing effectiveness of maintenance, Publications and presentations which will promote or assist in making maintenance work better known. Any other initiative which will add to the progress made in the maintenance profession.
The winner of the 12th EFNMS Euromaintenance Incentive Award 2012
During the opening ceremony of the Euromaintenance 2012, the biennial EFNMS Maintenance Congress & Exhibition in Belgrade, the Euromaintenance incentive Award was granted to Allan Pederson.
The Danish maintenance manager at Carlsberg, Denmark was rewarded for his exceptional achievements in maintenance and contribution to the sector.
Prof. Werner Tschuschke, Salvetti Foundation, with the winner of the EFNMS Euromaintenance Incentive Award, Mr. Allan Pederson – Denmark.
Following are the award winners from the previous years:
11th Award, Euromaintenance 2010, Verona 14–16 May, 2010
Mr. Erwin Bovyn – Belgium
Exceptional achievements in maintenance management.
10th Award, Euromaintenance 2008, Brussels 8–10 Apr, 2008
Prof. Luis de Andrade Ferreira – Portugal
for his contribution in the field of Tribology
During opening session of the EUROMAINTENANCE 2008 in Brussels
Mr. Stefano Salvetti presents the award to Prof. Luis de Andrade Ferreira
9th Award, Euromaintenance 2006, Basel 20–22 Jun, 2006
Mr. Francisco Javier Gonzáles Fernandez – Spain
for having developed the maintenance system for the rolling stock of the Metro in Madrid
8th Award, Euromaintenance 2004, Barcelona 11–13 May, 2004
Mr. Kenneth O’Reilly – Ireland
for his work in the field of education
7th Award, Euromaintenance 2002 Helsinki 2002
Mr. Christer Idhammar – USA
for his international contribution to reliability and maintenance
6th Award, Euromaintenance 2000, Gothenburg 7–10 March, 2000
Mr. Ivo Cala – Croatia
for his contribution to maintenance training and development
5th Award, Euromaintenance '98, Dubrovnik 5–7 October, 1998
Mr. Matt Russell – Ireland
for his contribution to maintenance training and education
4th Award, Euromaintenance '96, Copenhagen 21–23 May, 1996
Mr. Martin Cuesta Alvarez – Spain
for his contribution to aircraft maintenance
3rd Award, Euromaintenance '94, Amsterdam 26–28 April, 1994
Prof. Dr. Wulff-Rüdiger Fischer – Germany
for his contribution to maintenance development
2nd Award, Euromaintenance '92, Lisabon 1–3 June, 1992
Instututo Piero Pirelli – Milano, Italy
for their contribution to maintenance development
1st Award, Euromaintenance '90, Wiesbaden 14–15 October, 1990
NVDO/SICON – The Netherlands
for the excellent work of developing an Information Model for Maintenance Management as a contribution to the increase of maintenance understanding in Europe
Diploma to: Prof. Hans Ahlmann – Sweden
for his contribution to the development of the maintenance - Machine Department in Laboratory of Engineering Production Technology,
Technical Research Centre – Finland
for his contribution to the development of the maintenance