Founded on October 17th, 1984, in Rio de Janeiro, ABRAMAN-BrazilianMaintenance Association is a private technical scientific society, non-profitable, that aims at joining professionals, companies and institutions involved with Maintenance.
The Asset Management Council Ltd is a non profit organisation
committed to the promotion and education of optimal
asset management practices in industrial, commercial,
academic and government organisations.
The EFNMS, the European Federation of National Maintenance Societies, was established in 1970. The EFNMS transformed to a formal non-profit organization ("Vereniging zonder Winstoogmerk") according to Belgian law created on January 18, 2003, in Amsterdam.
GSMR is a non-profit independent society founded January 2010 to serve the maintenance and reliability professionals in the Arabian Gulf region. Its mission is to provide a platform for promoting world class maintenance by sharing knowledge and exchanging best practices among maintenance and reliability professionals
The IAM is the professional body for those involved in acquisition, operation and care of physical assets – especially critical infrastructure. In particular, the Institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of Asset Management.
The IFRAMI is the French Institut of Asset Management and Infrastructures offering a new space to trigger innovative approaches and methodologies in Asset Management, promoting and contributing to the progress of the knowledge and competences of Asset Management in France.
Japan Association of Asset Management (JAAM) is a non-profit organization which was established to achieve the wider adoption of asset management and the establishment of effective asset management systems in and outside Japan.
The Southern African Asset Management Association (SAAMA) was formed in 1997. The purpose is to promote the interests of asset management and maintenance as a whole, as well as to uplift the asset management and maintenance practitioners in Southern Africa.
SMRP is an independent, not-for-profit, professional society formed by practitioners, for practitioners. SMRP is dedicated to instilling excellence in M&R in all types of manufacturing and service organizations, and in promoting M&R excellence worldwide.
These discussions of the global practices enhance all of our continuous improvement efforts in maintenance and asset management. The deliverables of GFMAM can provide great value to progressive organizations that choose to employ them
Shon Isenhour - SMRP, United States
Through GFMAM membership we have had the opportunity to meet and work closely with representatives of other professional associations around the world. This opportunity is lighting the path to growth for our association
Cindy Snedden, -PEMAC, Canada
The GFMAM is a great key of inspiration in the development of offerings that bring true value to our member organizations. Through our involvement in GFMAM, we get knowledge about and influence on the latest advancements within asset management and maintenance.”
Erik Helms Nielsen - EFNMS, Europe
Erik Helms Nielsen - EFNMS, Europe
GFMAM and for the first time has facilitated the collaboration and networking between all maintenance, reliability and asset management associations from all over the globe under one umbrella which is having a great positive impact on the growth of our societies as well as the maintenance and asset management profession in the world”
Nezar Shammasi – GSMR, Arabian Gulf Region
With an increasing interest in Asset Management on the world stage, the GFMAM has an important role to play in providing an expert reference point for the provision of knowledge and understanding to established and emerging Asset Management and Maintenance societies.
Dave Daines - Asset Management Council, Australia
GFMAM is a forum that gathers together organizations which excel in maintenance and asset management and which enhance the already high level of knowledge that they share via discussions based on their mutual know-how. We believe that GFMAM’s activities are essential for improving the position of professionals in maintenance and asset management
Tsutomu Nakamura - Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance
Asset Management as a discipline has developed rapidly over the last 10 years and there are many examples of good practice and different interpretations of Asset Management around the world. The Global Forum enables the international community to come together to share these good practices and to develop consensus around the discipline. This is becoming increasingly important to the IAM’s members, many of which operate in different countries across the world and recent publications like the GFMAM Asset Management Landscape and the position statement on Asset Management Maturity have helped the IAM to align its products and services with this international consensus
Richard Edwards, IAM
« The GFMAM is our worldwide reference of Asset Management. It’s very important for us to share with the other members what is happening in their societies & countries about asset management projects, trainings, qualification, skills, expertise, certifications, standards & specifications