AAMCO locating new training center in Shenandoah

by Clay Neely

AAMCO, the world’s largest chain of transmission specialists and a leader in total car care, will open its new AAMCO University in Coweta County in Shenandoah Industrial Park.

The company’s investment in the center supports new business and customer service goals, said company representatives. The state-of-the-art training facility coming to the Newnan area will provide current and future AAMCO technicians, managers and franchisees with service training through a best-in-class curriculum within its high tech training facility and repair center, officials said Tuesday from company offices in Horsham, Pa.

Groundbreaking for the AAMCO University is set for August, and plans are to open the facility in January 2015.

For more see Wednesday's online and print editions of The Newnan Times-Herald.



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