NSTAR Global Services announces facilities management services

NSTAR Global Services is now offering facilities management services for operations and maintenance (O&M) of installed OEM facility equipment or previously constructed systems that support fab operations in high-tech industries. As fab/facilities owners look to optimize their operating costs in production support areas, NSTAR offers to reduce fixed overhead costs and provide a flexible workforce solution to reduce fixed headcount while still allowing the client to maintain control over its operations and results.

“NSTAR’s facilities services can apply to both new and already-existing fabs, helping them to ramp up their operations and hand over existing staff to outsource part or entire sections of facilities O&M,” said Darrell McDaniel, President of NSTAR Global Services. “This new service solution expands on NSTAR’s already-existing service expertise, working with IDMs and other facilities’ owners to deliver a fixed fee solution, helping the client to save money and reduce risks.”

“We have a stringent policy on safety, so all of our staff is fully trained for on-site processes as well as mandatory safety protocols,” stated Hardev Grewal, VP of Business Development at NSTAR. “Our customers appreciate the availability and reliability of our qualified personnel.”

NSTAR has a well-tested method to implement services at any fab/facility, and customize them to clients’ needs. These new facilities services have already been implemented by several major tier-one OEMs in the United States. In the past, facilities services have traditionally been performed in-house or completely outsourced to a third-party vendor. Instead, NSTAR’s approach to facilities services uses already-proven methods, allowing clients to ultimately maintain control over their operations rather than depend entirely on third-party processes.


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