The CNC Training Academy, the independently operated training division of Mills CNC, has announced that its attendance at MACH 2018 was an unrivalled success.
The company has reported that over the five days in excess of 300 serious enquiries were taken by the Academy for its range of CNC Programmer and Operator training courses and its recently-introduced Predator Software machine tool monitoring and shop floor control technologies.
Says CNC Training Academy Manager, Jeff Hart:
“We were busy from day one right through to the last day of the Show.
“Particularly encouraging and worthy of special mention was the positive reaction by visitors to our Predator Software solutions.
“Although we only signed the deal with US-based Predator Software Inc. to become their main UK and Irish distributor in late December last year, we were bowled over by the response from manufacturers attending MACH who wanted to find out more about how Predator solutions could improve their productivity and performance.”
To help convey the unique strengths and sophistication of Predator solutions, CNC Training Academy Manager, Jeff Hart, ably supported by Mr Jim Abbassian (President of Predator Software Inc.) and Mr Brian Ross (Director of Sales at Predator Software Inc.). ran a number of planned and impromptu information and awareness presentations from the CNC Training Academy stand.
In total the CNC Training Academy took over 140 enquiries for Predator solutions during the MACH Show.
In addition to Predator solutions being showcased, the CNC Training Academy also took over 160 enquiries for its CNC Programmer and Operator courses from customers, prospects and individuals looking to upgrade their skills.
Continues Jeff Hart:
“We are recognised as the number one CNC training organisation in the UK, and our comprehensive range of Fanuc, Heidenhain and Siemens Programmer and Operator courses as well as our advanced and specialist CNC Programmer courses make us the natural destination for manufacturing companies and individuals alike.
“Our attendance at MACH 2018, where we exhibited in our own right, helped us raise our profile and provided the ideal platform for visitors to really understand and appreciate what makes the Academy so different from other training providers.”
The CNC Training Academy is actively following up the leads and enquiries taken at MACH and, with demand for its services being so high, will soon be announcing a number of new appointments to its team of trainers.