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The minimum to do syndrome

The silent but looming disaffection of employees towards work is characterised by a marked decrease or absence of positive emotions.

Competencies, these unknowns

Companies know all about the job roles in their organisation but there is little or no knowledge of employees' personal skills.

CFRM’s training of excellence

The Merlo Group has confirmed itself as a major player in the sector of technologies and systems for handling, lifting and integrated logistics, with important benefits in training and safety.

Safety above all

At the CFRM, interesting technical insights on the methods of slinging loads for their handling and lifting

Marketing, this unknown

Great interest in the marketing seminar held at the ITC Bonelli in Cuneo

Valore Alpino

Five days of uninterrupted climbing, no mistakes allowed, maximum concentration. The challenge of mount Siula Grande (6344 amsl – Peru) was won with a climb in pure alpine style.

Specialization pays

It has become essential not only to produce and sell a good but also to guarantee and provide a value-added service that completes it.

Outstanding training

CFRM received the Mention by the President of the Jury at the AIF Training Excellence Award.

15 years of IPAF training

It was in 2007 when CFRM was awarded the qualification of IPAF Training Centre to provide courses for aerial work platform operators, a collaboration that continues under the banner of quality

From graduation to Master’s degree

Success of the second Level II University Master's degree organised in collaboration between the Politecnico di Torino and the Merlo Group.

Industry4.0

CFRM hosted a session of the Level II Master's Degree Course in Manufacturing 4.0 of the Politecnico di Torino

Innovation around the corner

The Space System is the most effective technological form of an aerial work platform equipped with its own telescopic boom with autonomous lifting and swinging movements.

Fire Red

The CFRM experience area recently hosted the familiarisation and instruction phases for the Merlo TF 30.9 telehandler, which was added to the fleet of the Cuneo Fire Brigade.

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