Case Studies

Preservation Through Purging

Problem:
Power plants frequently store replacement components to minimize the duration of planned service outages, as well as unplanned outages; when equipment is offline utilities must procure electricity from other suppliers, a less cost effective way of servicing customers.

Some replacement components, such as turbine rotors, are held in storage for years and need to be in perfect (non-corroded) condition when an unforeseen circumstance requires they are put into service.

But how do you go about preserving such a high-value, long lead time part like a rotor…for 15 years? That’s where Dockside comes in.

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[General Electric] has worked with Dockside on packaging optimization programs in other parts of the country. We are pleased to be able to expand our program with them...Their specialized packaging expertise and familliarity with our products helps to improve our competitiveness

Chris Horne, GE November 7, 2016