Welcome to High Performance Reliability
Over the past decade, we’ve all seen the havoc that has crippled our economy. Wages have been cut, jobs have been lost, and manufacturers closed their doors by the thousands.
Profit was razor thin and in the 11th hour the companies who survived the economic crash were not those who cut hundreds or thousands of employees off the pay roll, but the companies that were dedicating to optimizing there processes and providing their employees with the necessary disciplines and training to stabilize and sustain.
High Performance Reliability was built on the beliefs that a profitable and stable reliability & maintenance culture is an educated reliability & maintenance culture. We provide an online toolbox full of real world tips, techniques, and training your business can implement to achieve world-class efficiency and bring profit back to industry.
We cover every aspect of the reliability & maintenance process depending on your specific needs. From core fundamentals that will allow your organization to build a solid maintenance foundation, to the advanced techniques that have been refined over 12+ years of real-world experience on the shop floors by our founder James Kovacevic, MMP, CMRP
Who Is High Performance Reliability
High Performance Reliability is focused on bringing profitability to manufacturers, ensuring jobs and prosperous communities.
To make industry a better place; where individuals and manufacturers possess the resources, knowledge, and courage to sustainably lower their operating costs through best in class Maintenance, Reliability and Asset Management best practices.
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