Nur Launches New Global Training Center for Customers
Press release from the issuing company
Lod, Israel - January 30, 2001 - NUR Macroprinters Ltd. (Nasdaq: NURM) announces the opening of a new global customer-training center located in its NUR Engineering USA facility in San Antonio, TX (formerly home to Salsa Digital, the company NUR Macroprinters acquired last year).
"We've long recognized that designing, manufacturing and delivering high quality printing systems is only a part of the value we can offer to our customers. Comprehensive customer training and support round out the value-added in our product offering, and help ensure our customers' ultimate success," says Erez Shachar, NUR Macroprinters President and CEO.
Adds Ron Michael, VP Marketing at NUR Macroprinters, "We've been planning this new, centralized customer training facility since our acquisition of Salsa Digital last year. San Antonio offers both the transportation access and an excellent centralized location in North America, close to Latin America and mid-way between Europe and Asia so the facility can truly serve our global training needs."
A separate training course is available for each of NUR Macroprinters digital printing products. The courses cover both hardware operation and pre-press operation - emphasizing topics that are specifically tailored to the participants' success. Each course runs over an intensive, information filled four and one half days (35 hours). At the successful completion of the course, including written and practical exams, each participant is issued a Certificate of Completion or an Operator Certification.
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