Donaldson brings specialized filtration training to customers

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — In an effort to bring filtration training services to a diverse range of customers and employees, Donaldson Company has introduced two new mobile training centers for use throughout North America.

The new Donaldson mobile training units, which consist of two 35-foot-long customized commercial vehicles, will provide specialized, onsite training sessions focused on engine liquid, air, hydraulic and exhaust filtration products to Donaldson distributors, dealers, customers and employees.

“The new mobile training units will give customers easier access to specialized product training sessions when and where they need it,” said Peggy Herrmann, general manager, engine aftermarket, Donaldson Company. “Customers will receive the same high-quality training sessions held at our headquarters in Minneapolis, but without the need to travel to our facilities.”

Donaldson’s new mobile training vehicles are fully equipped to handle eight to 10 attendees and an instructor. Donaldson has developed unique training modules designed to demonstrate basic filtration concepts. The new vehicles will host training sessions at locations across North America in 2004. The mobile training vehicles also will appear at a wide range of industry events.

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