Fujitsu looks north

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Published: 01 October 2018


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Nick Wilks of Fujitsu and Gary Hall of TQ Environmental
Fujitsu has opened a northern training room at the home of leak detection specialist TQ Environmental in Wakefield.

Fujitsu and TQ have worked together to develop leak detection solutions for customers and Martyn Ives, technical service manager at Fujitsu, said: "This open day wasn’t just to announce the opening of the new training centre. It was also about making our customers aware of the latest technologies and solutions in our industry.
"We have been focusing on providing practical training courses to our customers that are within easy reach. It is vital for engineers to attend training courses, but when they are spending hours travelling around the country it can cost their business money. Therefore we decided to add a northern training centre to our already extensive list of centres across the UK and Ireland.''

The day featured R32 CPD presentations and representatives from A-Gas, Advanced Engineering and Javac were also present to offer expert industry advice.
 
Fujitsu is running new courses at its seven training centres across the UK and Ireland. Topics include include installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, software design and selection. For more information visit the Fujitsu website.

TQ Environmental managing director Gary Hall reported positive feedback from the event and said he hoped as many people as possible would make use of the new facility.

Fujitsu national distribution sales manager Nick Wilks said: "We extend our thanks to TQ Environmental, Javac, Advanced Engineering and A-Gas for supporting us on the day. We would also like to thank our distributors and the contractors who visited for taking time out of their busy schedules.''