To provide customers with more convenient training options, Terex Aerial Work Platforms last week announced two new sites for service training at Terex facilities in Oklahoma City, Okla. and Southaven, Miss.
“We recognize that service training on-site in our Redmond, Wash., facility can be more of a time and financial commitment than some customers are able to make in the current economic environment,” said Bob Bartley, Terex AWP director, technical services. “As part of our Genie 360° efforts, these additional locations provide customers with training options.”
Two courses will be offered in two-day increments: Genie electric- and engine-powered booms, and electric and rough-terrain scissors. The classes cover product familiarization, hydraulic and electrical systems, calibration, troubleshooting and product inspection.
The $200 cost for each two-day class includes training materials and lunches. As with previous Terex AWP training, customers may sign-up at www.genieindustries.com/training.asp or by contacting Brian Selix at (800) 536-1800. These additional service training locations are part of the new Genie 360° comprehensive collection of customer support services — ranging from parts to refurbishment — powered by dedicated customer solutions professionals.
Redmond, Wash.-based Terex Corp. is a diversified global manufacturer with 2008 net sales of $9.9 billion. Terex operates in four business segments: Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Terex Construction, Terex Cranes and Terex Materials Processing & Mining.