Glendinning selects CMMS from Spidex06 February 2020

E & JW Glendinning, a supplier of concrete, asphalt and aggregate products, has selected Spidex’s Mainsaver CMMS (computerised maintenance management software) to support improvements in the auditability of its engineering operations.

The family company was founded over 50 years ago with its roots in quarrying, while today it delivers a complete end-to-end service from multiple sites across Devon and Cornwall that also includes manufacturing, logistics and civil engineering.

The impetus for looking at CMMS was a desire for more detailed information on its inventory of plant assets and the maintenance works carried out on them to further improve compliance. Operations manager Mark Glendinning explains: “There is an ever-increasing onus on all manufacturing operations to be more auditable. Our main objective from procuring a CMMS is to create a central resource in which all engineering works carried out by the teams on our fixed assets are recorded. This will create an auditable chain of accountability for each maintenance task we complete.”

Spidex was invited to conduct some general demonstrations of Mainsaver’s capabilities and Glendinning’s CMMS project team then asked to see the system operating in a ‘live’ environment. A visit to the manufacturing facility of an existing Spidex customer was arranged.

Mark Glendinning adds: “When we met and spoke with longer-term users of Spidex’s CMMS, we were impressed with their recommendations – not only of the software itself, but of Spidex’s overall level of customer service as a supplier.”

Spidex MD Jonathan Starling adds: “We are delighted to have been selected by E & JW Glendinning to work with them on this important project. They are one of the best-known companies in the region and we are proud to be associated with them.”

Adam Offord

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