PEMA makes papers free to access
(Posted on 06/04/20)
In support of the global ports and terminals sector, as it adjusts to the impact of Covoid-19, the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has made its extensive catalogue of information papers, industry research, and best practice materials free to access from its website.
Pooling the expertise and experience of its 120 members, PEMA information papers, independently compiled industry surveys, and best practice materials are used by port and terminal operators worldwide as vital resources to improve the safety and reliability of equipment, reduce environmental impact and increase operational efficiency.
PEMA publications are available for download as PDFs from the Association’s website at: pema.org/publications. In normal circumstances, users are required to register with the Association to download material. This requirement has now been lifted, so all documents are now available simply by clicking on the relevant links.
“PEMA and its members stand ready to support the industry through these exceptionally challenging times and continue to actively help customers maintain operational safety, efficiency and sustainability,” says PEMA President and Chairman of the Board, Ottonel Popesco.
Founded in 2004, PEMA provides a forum and public voice for the global port equipment and technology sectors. The Association has seen strong growth in recent years, and now has 120 member companies representing all facets of the industry, including crane, equipment and component manufacturers, automation, software and technology providers, consultants and other experts.
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