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LE Uncovers Hidden Plant Within its Walls 2.0

Preston Rubottom | Director of Lubrication Reliability Solutions, Lubrication Engineers
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Webinar Description:
Preston Rubottom explains how Lubrication Engineers walks the walk and talks the talk when it comes to lubrication reliability. By implementing the same advanced lubrication strategies at our own manufacturing facility that we recommend to our customers, we increased uptime and enhanced safety and employee morale, all while reducing costs.

Learning Takeaways:
A successful lubrication reliability program:
1) Has strong top-down leadership
2) Focuses on people and equipment
3) Starts with lubrication survey
4) Includes quantification of results

About the Presenter:
Preston studied manufacturing engineering at Wichita State University, and worked for nine years at Spirit AeroSystems in manufacturing, maintenance, and facilities management. He began his career at LE in 2014 as a technical advisor before moving to his current role in 2019.  Preston works with large, multilocation businesses to offer a comprehensive program including reliability products and services that complement LE lubricants. He provides lubrication reliability assessments, product recommendations, training, presentations, and program implementations. He holds MLT I and CLS certifications from STLE, respectively. He is a member of SMRP and serves as chairman of the Wichita, KS, chapter.

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Preston Rubottom Director of Lubrication Reliability Solutions, Lubrication Engineers

Preston studied manufacturing engineering at Wichita State University, and worked for nine years at Spirit AeroSystems in manufacturing, maintenance, and facilities management. He began his career at LE in 2014 as a technical advisor before moving to his current role in 2019.  Preston works with large, multilocation businesses to offer a comprehensive program including reliability products and services that complement LE lubricants. He provides lubrication reliability assessments, product recommendations, training, presentations, and program implementations. He holds MLT I and CLS certifications respectively. He is a member of SMRP and serves as chairman of the Wichita, KS, chapter.