E-Crane Training for Service Engineers Maple Leaf International and AES

E-Crane organized at the end of May a two week training for Maple Leaf International from Bangladesh and for the American Equipment Services (AES), based in Singapore.

During their visit five E-Crane engineers received an extensive  theoretical and practical  training. The trainees worked together with E-Crane personnel during the Factory Acceptance and Testing process. A lot of attention was given to the EMM (Electronic Machine Management), maintenance tasks, repair jobs and several fine-tuning procedures.

From left to right: Mr. Lieven Bauwens (Managing Director E-Crane), Mr. Aminur Rahman (Service Engineer Maple Leaf), Bart De Vrieze (E-Crane Engineer), Mr. Muthukrishnan Kalidass (Service Engineer AES), Mr. Mathias Van Coillie (Service Manager E-Crane), Mr. Faruque Hossain (Senior Service Engineer Maple Leaf), Mr. Shahidul Islam (Service Engineer Maple Leaf), Mr. Sven De Vriendt (Electric & Hydraulic E-Crane Engineer), Mr. Ho Nean Hong (Service Manager AES), Mr. Frank Deprest (Service Engineer E-Crane), Mr. Geert Landuyt (Service Engineer E-Crane), Mr. Klaas De Brabander (Service Engineer E-Crane), Mr. Giel De Coninck (Service Engineer E-Crane), Mr. Peter De Smet (Service Engineer E-Crane).

All five technicians completed successfully this Advanced E-Crane Training and received their well-deserved training certificates.

E-Crane would like to use this opportunity to congratulate all who participated for their genuine interest, the excellent cooperation and very valuable feedback. Also we extend our gratitude to the Maple Leaf and AES management for investing in the advanced training of their technical staff. We are convinced that this initiative is beneficial for both our companies!


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