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April 26, 2017

Product Training of Pakistani Group

On an icy spring day, Service and Commissioning Engineer, René Vang Sørensen received 5 guests from the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan: Mr. Adeel Akhtar, Mr. Kamal Khan, Mr. Zahid Ali Bashir, Mr. Azhar Zaman and Mr. Sarfraz Akhtar for Technical training of GPUs of the AXA 2400 range. Along with the group, we also welcomed Mr.Sergi Illa from PBB manufacturer Adelte.

During the photo session, the engineers told that they were very happy about various technical features of the AXA 2400 GPUs. Especially the user friendliness of the equipment, the patented Plug & Play system and the well organized component arrangement.

After the training, the representatives of the CAA of Pakistan feel well prepared to take on the responsibility of maintaining the +30 pcs of GPUs that will be installed in Islamabad Airport shortly.

Thank you for coming all the way. It was a pleasure welcoming such openminded and friendly representatives from Pakistan and Sergi Illa.

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