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ITI and FHS to open Florida training centre

Florida Handling Systems (FHS), a Mazzella Company, and Industrial Training International (ITI) have confirmed that they will develop a training centre in Bartow, Florida.

The two companies will provide a range of training courses specialising in crane operations, rigging and load handling. Courses will commence during Autumn 2019 and are open to all industries. The course schedule can be viewed here.

This will be the second training centre collaboration between Mazzella and ITI, the first having been established in Cleveland at Mazzella’s headquarters.

ITI’s vice president of customer success, Jonah Hobson, said: “It has been a priority of ours [ITI] to find the right set of circumstances to grow our training solutions set in the southeast [of the USA] for a while now, and to be able to work with our friends at Mazzella and FHS in launching another unrivaled crane, rigging, and lift planning training location is a better situation than we could ever imagine.”

www.iti.com

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