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CM Labs and Antycip form partnership

CM Labs Simulations has established a presence in Europe by partnering with Antycip Simulation.

CM Labs now has a presence in Antycip’s offices in the UK, France and Italy. The company’s headquarters will remain in Montreal, Canada.

Through the partnership, CM Labs now provides local training throughout Europe, including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Speaking about the partnership, Michel Pronier, ceo of Antycip, said: “The result is a net benefit for the construction and ports sectors in Europe, as there are now simply better options when it comes to leveraging simulation to train and develop a workforce that is facing a skills shortage.”

Earlier this month, CM Labs launched a crawler crane operator training tool that focuses on tandem operations, as HLPFI reported here. CM Labs said the pack can be deployed in multiple configurations, with operators working on a range of its Vortex training simulators.

www.cm-labs.com

www.antycipsimulation.com

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