Training momentum continues for Kawasaki Engines7 jan 2015 Engines, Training
Kawasaki Engines’ latest stage in its on-going face-to-face support for OEM partners was a 4-stroke Engine training session for Global Garden Products (GGP) in Italy.
GGP, a leading manufacturer of lawn mowers and powered garden equipment,invited Kawasaki’s Engine Division to its factory in Castelfranco Veneto, 50km to the north-west of Venice.
There, more than a dozen of GGP’s National Service Managers from across Europe had gathered for an insight into Kawasaki’s 4-stroke Engine technology, delivered by Andrew Squires, Kawasaki Engines Parts & Technical Manager.
Andrew, who ran the training session with the support of Rama Motori, Kawasaki Engines Distributor for Italy, explained the features and Engine design which combine to offer quality, durability and high performance.
The event gave GGP their first chance to take part in specific training on Kawasaki's FS, V-twin cylinders, vertical shaft, high-performance Engines. These latest additions to GGP’s product range complement the company’s expanding Powered by Kawasaki product line-up.
It also gave them a chance to understand their role in providing the best possible performance for their machines, year after year.
“It was a great opportunity to show, in depth, the quality and technology Kawasaki uses in our 4-stroke Engines,” says Andrew. “The feedback from GGP’s team was very positive and they’re delighted that the service they offer their customers will now be to even higher standards.”
Earlier this year Andrew ran a major training programme for Husqvarna dealers in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, cementing Kawasaki Engines’ commitment to aftersales service support.