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Longevity Award Presented To Amerine Systems Technician

Longevity Award Presented To Amerine Systems Technician

Garrett Amerine with Amerine Systems in Oakdale has received the Reinke PLUS Program Longevity Award.


POSTED October 11, 2017 10:20 a.m.

Reinke has recognized Garrett Amerine with Amerine Systems in Oakdale with a five-year PLUS Program Longevity Award. Amerine received the award in recognition of his dedication to maintaining a PLUS Program certification for five years.

“Qualifying as a PLUS or Platinum PLUS technician is a high achievement in itself,” said Reinke Service Training Administrator Jennifer Craig. “To maintain this certification for five years is a huge accomplishment not only for the individual but also for the dealership that supports them. Reinke is proud to honor the dedication shown by these individuals.”

The Reinke PLUS (Proven Leaders in Unmatched Service) Program is a service training coursework that’s offered to full-service Reinke dealers. The program includes a series of six service training courses and a testing process to qualify as a PLUS or Platinum PLUS certified technician.

To maintain certification, 16 service training credits must be earned each year either through online or in-class training. Certified Reinke PLUS technicians are trained to deliver the most advanced technical service and support to customers.

 

Reinke Manufacturing Company, Inc. is the world’s largest privately held manufacturer of center pivot and lateral move irrigation systems. Family owned since 1954, and headquartered in Deshler, Nebraska, Reinke develops products designed to increase agriculture production while providing labor savings and environmental efficiencies. Reinke was the first to incorporate GPS, satellite-based communications and touchscreen panel capabilities into mechanized irrigation system management.

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