Wednesday, 8. October 2014

First Edition of the New T.A. Cook Client Magazine “INSITE” Published

T.A. Cook’s new client magazine is called INSITE; its first edition is arriving soon to readers throughout the world – hot off the press.

Twice a year, the international consulting firm for asset performance management will present a mix of articles on operative questions in the process industry – from production, projects and engineering, maintenance and turnarounds, on up to site services. In addition, exciting stories from the field and beyond will also enrich our pages.

In the first edition’s cover story, INSITE focuses on risk management. The article shows how this works in turnarounds and shutdowns, what different methods exist or how one can differentiate between dangers and risks – and it demonstrates why bravery is necessary in order to deal with risks in an honest and constructive way. Other features include the application of Monte Carlo simulations, the effects of the shale gas boom, an interview with the Currenta executive director Dr. Waldi and reports about T.A. Cook’s conferences and seminars.

Frank-Uwe Hess, Co-CEO of T.A. Cook, describes the objectives of the new medium: „We would like to both inform and entertain with INSITE. We would like to pose questions, offer ideas – and enter into a dialogue with our readers and clients about important subjects for them and their businesses”.

T.A. Cook is producing the magazine in cooperation with corps Corporate Publishing Services from Dusseldorf. The magazine will be published in German and English and offer information to international clients from asset-intensive industries from the chemical/petrochemical, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, FMCG, paper or energy supply fields.

Additional information, subscriptions and the digital edition at: www.tacook.de/insite

Contact
T.A. Cook Consultants
Amy Faulconbridge
Communications & Media Relations Manager
Leipziger Platz 2
D-10117 Berlin
+49 (0) 30 884 30 70
E-Mail: a.faulconbridge@tacook.com

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