Doosan has become the exclusive machine provider for Titans of CNCClick image to enlargeDoosan Machine Tools has announced a new strategic partnership to become the exclusive machine provider for YouTube machining sensation Titans of CNC. 

Titans of CNC is focused on being the top global manufacturing education provider, and over the past few years has reshaped the way manufacturing education is approached and delivered. With its free, online, video-based, step-by-step, training system, Titans of CNC provides real solutions to real manufacturing problems.

"My team and I are extremely excited to partner with Doosan Machine Tools,” stated Titan Gilroy, CEO of TITANS of CNC. “They are a global leader in machine tool technology and are trusted by companies all around the world. Together we will close the skills gap and train machinists to produce real parts, allowing them to compete at the highest level.” 

“Doosan Machine Tools shares Titan’s passion for educating manufacturing professionals,” said Jim Shiner, Doosan Machine Tools America’s vice-president of sales and marketing. “The need for trained machinists is greater now than ever, and in our new partnership with TITANS of CNC, we are proud to recommit our efforts to building the next generation of young machinists.”

visit www.doosanmachinetools.com and www.titansofcnc.com.

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