St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 26, 2005
Business Industrial Network (BIN) reports they have been negotiating a deal with a major property owner since the end of 2004. Today they announced training locations in most major US cities, to offer their industrial maintenance and engineering customers yet a third training option. In the past, training customers had two options, on-site training or fly their employees to seminar locations. Now they have a third training solution, ÂNear Site TrainingÂ, as dubbed by BIN.
Business Industrial Network President, Don Fitchett explains it best... ÂDuring the last decade of training here at BIN, I have witnessed time and again, customers sacrificing quality for cost savings. Unfortunately with todayÂs highly competitive budgets, they did not have a choice, until now. On site training of maintenance, engineering and management is often plagued with interruptions and make-shift training facilities.Â
Don: ÂWith the cost of air fares now days, companies can not afford to send all the employees who need the training to another state for a seminar. With maintenance, engineering and management employees being crucial to the normal operation of a facility, some executive management find it difficult to let their people travel too far away.Â
Don: ÂThe solution, 'Near Site' training facilities. A traveling training bus? No, we could not fit all the industrial equipment and computers for the hands on training in any mobile training solution. Also we could not maintain the lowest prices in the industry if we had to invest in over 150 properties, so we negotiated a deal with a major existing property owner.Â
Business Industrial Network's customers can drive to the nearest training location and return home every night just like their normal work schedule. The local facility will be set up specifically for the training with the latest technology and AV equipment. An example of the new training facilities is the one located in the 'Microsoft Building', which is being spotlighted with the BIN PLC Troubleshooting Seminar June 20, 2005.
For additional information about Business Industrial Network and the new locations, please see http://www.bin95.com/about.htm
For additional information about the June PLC Training Seminar, please see http://www.bin95.com/St-Louis_PLC_Training.htm
About Business Industrial Network:
Delivers world class onsite engineering and maintenance training, specializing in Allen Bradley equipment. BIN is partnered with Industrial Training Inc. (http://www.IndustrialTrainingInc.com) to offer itÂs customers a complete training solution covering mechanical, electrical and management training topics. Feed Forward Publications (http://www.FeedForward.com.au) develops and sells industrial training products and is a subsidiary of Business Industrial Network.
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