OCP becomes official Mobius training center in Morocco

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  • The OCP Group, through its business unit (BU) specialized in digital maintenance, OCP Maintenance Solutions (OCP MS), attends the CBM Conference.
  • The OCP MS partners with the Mobius Institute.
  • By signing this partnership, OCP MS becomes a reference in training on vibrations and reliability in Morocco.

Monterrey, Mexico, December 5, 2019 - The OCP Group, through its business unit (BU) specialized in reliability and maintenance, OCP Maintenance Solutions (OCP MS) attends the CBM Conference, a highly regarded event completely dedicated to the machine condition monitoring industry, held from December 3rd to 5th, 2019 in Monterrey, Mexico.

Founded in 2017, OCP MS is one of the most advanced innovative initiatives supported by the OCP Group. This successful initiative proved how digital technology helps create high value-added services in the maintenance sector. Smart technology, implemented by this business unit, makes the anticipation of failures possible, which improves performance throughout production facilities.

During the CBM Conference, OCP MS has collaborated with the Mobius Institute, a worldwide provider of reliability improvement, condition monitoring and precision maintenance education to industrial plant managers, reliability engineers and condition monitoring specialists, allowing plants to be successful in implementing reliability improvement and condition monitoring programs.

By signing this partnership, OCP MS becomes an authorized training and examination center in Morocco with an extended African scope of action.

For the record, OCP MS has previously created an academy pole of activity, called OCP MS Academy, providing innovative certifications and training sessions to industry professionals in reliability and vibration turning complex topics into easy subjects to grasp and understand.

Aligned with OCP MS’ vision, whilst adopting multiple training delivery methodologies, Mobius delivers training via public, in-plant and online education programs. Thus, it provides unique training styles using innovative 3D animations and software simulations that make complex topics easy to understand.

Overall, this partnership is a considerable benefit that will help in the future evolution of the Business Unit by bridging the gap between the technical expertise and the knowledge while appreciably enhancing the technical and academic competencies of its team as well as drastically boosting the BU’s training pole of activity, OCP MS Academy.


About OCP group

OCP plays an important role in feeding a growing global population, by providing essential elements for soil fertility and plant growth.

With almost a century of experience and revenues reaching $ 5.95 billion in 2018, OCP Group is a leader in the phosphate rock and the world’s first producer of phosphate-based fertilizers. OCP provides a wide range of well-adapted fertilizer products to enhance soil, increase agricultural yields, and help feed the planet in a sustainable and affordable way. Thanks to its large-scale integrated industrial development strategy, OCP is present on the entire phosphate value chain and operates on all of its business lines, offering to its 21,000 employees a development path focused on excellence.

Headquartered in Morocco and present on 5 continents, OCP works in a close partnership with more than 160 customers over the world. Committed to best serve the development of Africa, OCP places innovation at the heart of its strategy, in particular, to implement sustainable and prosperous agriculture on the continent.

As a responsible industrial player, OCP is strongly committed to Africa’s environmental, social and human development. The Group is firmly convinced that leadership and profitability are necessarily synonymous to social responsibility and sustainable development. Its strategic vision resides where these two dimensions meet.

For more information, please visit OCP Group’s official site at : www.ocpgroup.ma

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