CanTech sponsors CMB Academy of canmaking
CMB Engineering recently opened the CMB Academy of Canmaking and Seaming in the company’s headquarters at Shipley, Yorkshire.
The new Academy – a first in the industry – will serve as a platform to train the company’s existing customer base, offering in-depth theoretical and practical understanding of seaming and canmaking. Present at the opening of the Academy was Susan Hinchcliffe, Executive Council Member of Employment Skills and Culture, who demonstrated her support for CMB Engineering’s efforts, unveiling a plaque engraved with the name of the Academy.
“The CMB Academy of Canmaking and Seaming is primarily aimed at our customers’ personnnel who are responsible for the care, maintenance and operation of canmaking and seaming equipment,” said Andrew Truelove, General Manager at CMB Engineering. “We will be offering in-depth courses that are truly “hands on”. All of the team at CMB Engineering are extremely excited to be able to offer our customers an advanced and unique support solution – one that will allow trainees to benefit from both our knowledge and the latest equipment on-site, at the heart of CMB Engineering in Shipley.”
CanTech were at the launch to present their feature wall within the academy. The wall, with its bright and colourful artwork, greets visitors to the academy and is set to make a big impact to the students as they come in.
“As a learning resource and contact point for the entire global can industry, CanTech is very pleased to show its support to the academy. We are sure that it will be a great success,” said editor Richard Piper.