Link-Belt Cranes names new training manager
Paul Curry has been named training manager at Link-Belt Cranes.
Curry will be responsible for managing and directing all aspects of Link-Belt training programs, including the Preferred Technician Training Program, Master Technician Training Program, sales training, parts training and factory training.
Curry comes to Link-Belt with over 12 years of training experience in a variety of roles at local and global companies. His educational background includes a M.S. degree from California State University in Adult Online Training and Learning.
“Link-Belt is now the standard for training in the crane industry and I am confident that Paul’s experience will continue this success and enhance the program in the years to come,” said Link-Belt manager of marketing and technical communications Bruce Kabalen.
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