Parts managers complete Link-Belt training

By Sarah Ann McCay12 August 2013

13 parts managers from ALL Erection & Crane Rental attended the Link-Belt training in Milwaukee

13 parts managers from ALL Erection & Crane Rental attended the Link-Belt training in Milwaukee

The Milwaukee branch of Dawes Rigging and Crane Rental recently hosted 13 parts managers from the ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. Family of Companies for a one-week training programme on Link-Belt parts identification.

Parts managers from ALL yards from across North America attended the training, which included leaning about hydraulics and lattice crane parts. They also toured the Milwaukee crane yard, in order to see the parts up close. In addition, the students were trained in how to better utilize Link-Belt’s own resources, including their website and key sheets.

In addition to yard tours, website, service manual, and key sheet instruction, the students completed individual worksheets about proper Link-Belt terminology. They also worked in small groups, reinforcing the proper research method.

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