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Danfoss donates new drives to SAB for training

Second Quarter 2004 News & events

Danfoss has donated an FCD 300 and a VLT 5000 to continually assist in the proactive training of future engineers at South African Breweries.

The VLT 5000 and new decentralised option FCD 300 were donated on behalf of Danfoss by Rodney Nieuwstad and gladly received at the South African Breweries Training Centre by the training officer Tommy Wyer on 14 October 2003. Danfoss has long been involved in training and upliftment programmes and this is just one more example of its willingness to supply the latest technology in equipment to better prepare engineers who will be responsible for the day to day operation of the plants.

This photograph was taken at the hand over – training officer Tommy Wyer is fifth from the left in the back row, with SAB trainees
This photograph was taken at the hand over – training officer Tommy Wyer is fifth from the left in the back row, with SAB trainees

For more information contact Mick Baugh, business unit manager, Danfoss, +27 (0) 11 803 8390, baughm@danfoss.co.za, www.danfoss.com/drives



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