Rexroth offers Hydraulic Training Courses

  • December 20, 2007
  • Bosch Rexroth
  • News
December 20, 2007 - Bethlehem, PA – Customized training for new and existing mobile hydraulics and industrial hydraulics installations is now available through the Bosch Rexroth on-site training program. The Rexroth customizable on-site training program gives employees an opportunity to expand their knowledge, on their schedule and within a specified budget. Customers who utilize on-site training save valuable travel dollars when Bosch Rexroth brings the courses to them. They can also schedule training around their manufacturing demands. The on-site training program offers a full range of benefits and presents exceptional value particularly towards new equipment installations. Employees will receive training in proper start-up and preventive maintenance procedures from qualified Bosch Rexroth associates. For more information on customized hydraulics training, visit addition to customized training, Bosch Rexroth also offers a series of regularly scheduled courses throughout the year to meet the needs of hydraulic systems maintenance personnel, engineers who are designing new systems, or those upgrading existing systems with new technology. Regularly scheduled training is available at U.S. locations in Bethlehem, PA, and Spokane, WA, as well as Canadian locations in Burlington, ON, Burnaby, BC, and Edmonton, AB. Bosch Rexroth AG, part of the Bosch Group, achieved sales of approximately $6.2 billion (4.9 billion Euro) in 2006 with over 29,800 employees. Under the brand name of Rexroth the company offers all drive and control technologies, from mechanics, hydraulics and pneumatics to electronics and associated service. Over 500,000 customers worldwide utilize Rexroth’s unique technological know-how to implement their innovative and future-oriented systems and machine concepts. The global player, represented in over 80 countries, is an extensive supplier of components and systems for industrial and factory automation and mobile applications. Learn More

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