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25 April 2008

Manitowoc Crane Care in the Asia Pacific region has built a new mobile training classroom for customer staff and technicians, as part of its continued efforts to provide global access to its key services. The classroom is built inside a 13 m container and the Mobile Training Unit supports a range of MCG software: EPIC and Can-Bus systems for Manitowoc crawlers, PAT systems for Grove rough-terrains, and EKS/ECOS software for Grove all-terrains. There is also hydraulic and electronic component maintenance simulation software.

Demand is strong across the region, said Jack Lee, general manager of Manitowoc Crane Care Asia/Pacific. “The vast size of the region makes it increasingly difficult for our customers to attend the various events we hold, so we made the decision to come to them,” Lee explained. The main advantage of the training module is that it saves the expense, time, and travel visas necessary with international travel. A five-day training session costs between $1,000 and $1,800 per person.

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