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Lubrication Best Practices 101

Paul Llewellyn
Paul Llewellyn | Reliability Training & Education Manager, Lubrication Engineers
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Speaker: Paul Llewellyn

Summary 
This webinar will cover Lubrication best practices. While using quality lubricants is key to a reliable plant, taking care of those lubricants is crucial for minimizing downtime. We will discuss several best practices and show you how they have increased our bottom line.

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Paul Llewellyn
Paul Llewellyn Reliability Training & Education Manager, Lubrication Engineers

Formally as asset reliability training & education manager with Lubrication Engineers, Paul was responsible for providing continuous education for sales consultants and customers through new employee training, webinars, field training, in-plant seminars, trade shows and other events and activities. His position was created in September 2015 as a reflection of the importance LE places on having a consultancy sales force that is the best in the industry – professional, knowledgeable and well-versed in lubricants and reliability products.

Prior to this role, Paul spent five years as general sales manager, helping to build and strengthen LE’s corporate and field sales team. He started his career with Lubrication Engineers as a corporate sales manager, serving eight years in that role. He also spent 10 years as a sales manager and product manager for the A.W. Chesterton Company, based in Stoneham, Mass.

Paul is an AMP-certified reliability leader (CRL), an STLE-certified lubrication specialist (CLS) and has earned MLT I, MLT II and MLA II certifications. Paul earned his business administration degree in marketing from Texas Christian University. He has two sons. Paul is active in Fort Worth as a member of the Texas Christian University Lettermen’s Association Board, a member of the Aledo United Methodist Church, and coaching his sons in football and baseball. He also provides baseball instruction at his training facility, The Baseball Ranch.