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LUDECA Inc.'s international training center features large classrooms equipped with the latest in interactive audio-visual training systems and training simulators for machinery alignment, condition monitoring and balancing, all with dedicated laser alignment, vibration analysis and balancing systems.

LUDECA offers practical hands-on courses, taught by experts, in small class sizes to promote one-on-one interaction and personalized attention. Courses are offered in English and Spanish and are scheduled throughout the year at the training center on-site at customers' facilities.

Location: Doral, Fla.

For more information: ludeca.com/training.htm


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