On 11 and 12 October, a training course on the state-of-the-art CAT MPC100 and CAT MPC300 propulsion control systems—used respectively in leisure craft and various types of commercial vessels—was held at the Vimodrone site (Milan). These systems ensure reliable vessel control at all times.

This project highlights the extent to which people and their ongoing training are of central importance to the Group—aspects that are crucial in conveying TESYA’s added-value to customers and the community in which it operates.

The two days of training run by CAT experts were not only attended by personnel from CGT, Finanzauto and Teknoxgroup, but also by sales and technical personnel from the main European CAT dealers serving the marine sector—including Zeppelin, Al Bahar, Borusan, Finning and Pon Power.

The course’s main purpose was to provide a complete and comprehensive overview of Caterpillar’s MPC100 and MPC300: covering information on features and sales benefits, the competitive landscape, installation, commissioning, troubleshooting, operation and maintenance.

It was not just a training session, but also an opportunity for networking between different groups, who were able to share best practices and useful skills in order to improve both their technical skills and their customer relations. TESYA reaffirms its commitment to excellence by once again focusing on training.