Mitten Plant Services can provide you with a one stop shop for both plant services as well as components needed for ongoing plant operations. Our parts distribution center, headquartered in Syracuse, New York, regularly provides original equipment spare parts for our global fleet and beyond. Our infrastructure gives us the capability to operate spare parts programs custom-tailored to the needs of each OEM, regional supply hub, or plant operator. Our one stop shop approach reduces your purchasing costs by only having to place one PO for both parts and service, and we can easily work with blanket orders. We believe this makes us unique from some of those "Home Based" Service Companies in the Industry.
Below is a sample of what Mitten can offer your Plant today:
- Instrument Calibration
- Equipment Upgrades
- Repairs, Field Fabrication and Modifications
- Critical Spare Parts Management
- VMI and CMI Programs
- Custom Tube Fabrication
- Start Up Services
- On Site Training
- PM (Preventative Maintenance) Services
Our charter is to keep all of your plant equipment operating through its expected life, and you can call on us to support not only our installed equipment, but also many aspects of plant operations. Mitten’s service hub in Bradenton, Florida offers a range of value-added field and after sale services and component sales. We maintain an active inventory of “Critical Spares” defined for your plant, and we perform reworks, repairs and overhauls of critical components in a controlled shop environment.
Safety for your plant and personnel and our technicians are our primary concern. Our Non-Union , Drug Free, Certified Techs are continuously updated on the latest Safety Training and Safety Improvement procedures throughout the year , every year.
When not in the field, our Service Techs are working side by side with our Production Team manufacturing systems, giving them first-hand experience with each package. The technique also allows our production operation to get feedback from the field, and provides an opportunity for our techs to propose maintenance and serviceability improvements via the ECN (Engineering Change Notice) process. This forms a bridge of communication between our Techs and Engineering department, so our techs have an “extra tool in their belt”: our project and design engineers are an email or phone call away and have 360 degree knowledge of the application.