BRYAN, Ohio — As part of its continued growth, Altenloh, Brinck & Co. unveiled a state-of-the-art, 12,000-square-foot training center at the company’s Bryan, Ohio headquarters.
“We are proud to open this newly built training center for not only training specific to plant operators, but also overall workforce development education,” said Allyn Luce, vice president manufacturing, Altenloh, Brinck & Co. “Moving team members and equipment to our new Pioneer packaging facility enabled us to dedicate space at our home office for these important training needs.”
The new training center has one large training classroom with the capacity to fit 114 people or convert to four separate spaces for individual training rooms. Each room will feature new technology, including Clevertouch interactive smart boards for training, presentations, and collaboration.
The center will also feature an open space to accommodate full production equipment for hands-on operator training. Other training elements include hands-on training carts and individual modules for maintenance, controls, and robotic training. This training will be completed by a full-time, dedicated training staff with experience in continuous education and cold forming technology.
“The centerpiece of our Core Values is to Build Opportunities Through Growth,” Luce said. “This training center is an example of the company’s commitment to not only physical growth, but more importantly to our associates’ growth both personally and professionally.”