Corrosion directly costs the global economy $80,000 USD/sec (materials, labour, equipment) [NACE Impact Study 2016].
ICE has found that indirect costs for our clients (e.g. from production shutdowns, clean up costs etc) can be at least a similar order of magnitude versus direct costs – if not significantly higher. Often corrosion costs are embedded in other budgets and clients do not have transparency on what their financial risks are.
ICE uncovers the financial metrics around corrosion, tracks them and makes them a core performance measure for your corrosion risk management program.
ICE is committed to adhering to best internal practices around sustainability and compassionate organisations.
As well as our company commitment to our own team – we believe that looking after physical assets directly impacts your drive towards sustainability in operation. We have mapped out what we do with respect to the UN Sustainable Development Goals!
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