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Marstair has mobile training unit

Following the launch of its new website and brand positioning, Marstair has made a major investment in its new UK mobile training unit.

Marstair's mobile training unit.

The unit showcases a range of Marstair products including cellar coolers, condensing units, wall and ceiling mounted evaporators and a CD3 close control unit, in order to demonstrate its capabilities to engineer wide variety of products for a variety of applications.

Marstair is committed to working closely with its partners to help them gain a deeper understanding and knowledge of the products, along with offering technical training support.

The company’s field based key account managers and highly trained engineers will be taking the new training unit on a national roadshow commencing in November 2019, offering further insight into its engineering know-how. 

The dedicated training days will complement the in-depth technical assistance and support provided day-to-day by Marstair’s internal after sales teams.

In partnership with Marstair’s distributor network, the company will be holding regular training days and inviting contractors and installers to join at a variety of locations.

12 November 2019

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