CREMONA, ITALY — OCRIM’S International Milling Technology School is continuing to provide education to students from around the world.

In July, students from Indonesia attended a 2-week milling technology course, and 18 students from Saudi Arabia started in September the second part of a dedicated course (milling technology, engineering, automation and more) that will last six months.

This January, the school will offer a four-week course in Spanish. OCRIM can organize special courses throughout the year according to the special needs of its customers. A minimum of five participants is required.

All teachers of the school, which opened in 1965, are OCRIM personnel including technicians, engineers, technologists, skilled workers and chief erectors. The school has trained nearly 3,000 technicians since its inception.