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CM Labs partners with Antycip Simulation in Europe

April 9, 2019  By CM LabsCM Labs Simulations developer of Vortex® training simulators today announced that they have expanded into Europe via a strategic partnership with Antycip Simulation Europe’s leading provider of professional-grade simulation software.

CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex® training simulators, has announced its expansion into Europe via a strategic partnership with Antycip Simulation, Europe’s leading provider of professional-grade simulation software.

While CM Labs’ headquarters continue to be located in Montreal, the company now maintains branches in Antycip offices in the U.K., France, and Italy, facilitating hands-on demonstrations of simulation-based learning solutions at all three locations.

Through its presence in Antycip offices, CM Labs now provides local solution set-up, training, and support to clients throughout Europe, including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

“This is an exciting partnership for both companies,” Patrice Commune, CM Labs’ Chief Revenue Officer, said. “It combines CM Labs’ innovative training solutions with Antycip’s over two decades of leadership in providing simulation software across Europe.”


“We’re exceptionally pleased to be working with CM Labs, as the European provider of the industry’s leading simulation-based training solutions,” Michel Pronier, CEO of Antycip Simulation, 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.”

The announcement follows the conclusion of a highly successful series of events gathering CM Labs, Antycip Simulation, and U.K. training leaders to discuss approaches to improving workplace training with simulation.

To learn more, visit CM Labs at Bauma 2019: Booth C2.127 in the Canadian Pavilion, April 8-14, in Munich, Germany.

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