Home About MP …read about our mission and history at the About MP page Engineered Services …allows us to take the next step beyond maintenance and repairs of rotating equipment Vacancies Check out Maintenance Partners’ current job opportunities Welcome to Maintenance Partners! Learn about Engineered Services in the movie below or click LEARN MORE for more information LEARN MORE NewsLEARN MORETimelapse: Rewinding of 2650kW high voltage electric motorMaintenance Partners recently rewound a 2650kW high voltage low speed electric motor in its Zwijndrecht workshop. After the rewinding, LEARN MOREVideo: Safe and Easy checking of belt tension using GEMEXCheck the tension of belt driven applications in the safest and easiest way using Gemex! In this video we demonstrate how the belt LEARN MORE“PRIAM”: Project of Artificial Intelligence for MaintenanceMaintenance Partners is excited to be part of “PRIAM”: Project of Artificial Intelligence for Maintenance. AI technologies dedicated to LEARN MORESteam turbine Rotating Unbalance: Root Cause identified and solved within 5 days by MP’s experts!A customer operating a biomass fired powerplant contacted Maintenance Partners about a vibration alarm that was generated by the steam LEARN MOREAvailability of Maintenance Partners’ services during the COVID-19 crisisDuring a crisis of these massive proportions, business is not as usual. Maintenance Partners has taken a number of measures to continue LEARN MORECOVID-19: Information for SuppliersDear supplier, We have closely followed the evolution of the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the guidelines of the FPS public LEARN MOREMessage to our customers relative to the COVID-19 crisisMaintenance partners is following all the guidelines that have been communicated by our government and has taken a number of extra LEARN MOREGEMEX belt tensioning system increases fan uptimeMaintenance Partners recently carried out a conversion of an electric motor platform at a chemical plant in the Netherlands. The LEARN MORESautter-Harle Ljungström generator from 1956 ready for the future after rewindingMachines today are no longer built to last forever. Just think of a computer that lasts an average of four years and then needs to be Contact us Fields with a * are required. Mr.Ms.