Didion Milling received the 2013 MAPCON Outstanding Achievement Award at the annual MAPCON Users’ Group Conference on Sept. 23 in West Des Moines, Iowa. The award recognizes innovative companies using MAPCON software to drive efficiency and continuous improvement in operations.
MAPCON is an industry-leading computer maintenance management system (CMMS). It is used by organizations to plan and manage maintenance work, keep accurate inventory, schedule preventative maintenance, store equipment information, schedule labor and improve overall operational efficiency by reducing downtime.
“MAPCON has revolutionized the way we look at maintenance,” said Mike Ensley, CMMS administrator for Didion Milling and presentations coordinator for this year’s MAPCON Users’ Group Conference. “We’re recording real-time information, stocking smarter, using reports to plan better and maximizing plant uptime through the use of planned preventative maintenance.”
Full Text of Press Release October 22, 2013: Didion Milling Recognized for Excellence in Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
Didion Milling began implementing MAPCON software at its ethanol plant in 2010. Since then, more than 10,000 pieces of equipment have been integrated into the system and it is used both at the ethanol plant and the dry corn mill.
Didion Milling is a family-owned agricultural processing business located in the heartland of Wisconsin. For more than 40 years, Didion has been storing, milling, fermenting and transporting corn products. Didion’s growing portfolio of value-added corn products includes meals, grits, brans, pregelatinized flour and whole grain flour. To learn more, visit didionmilling.com.