GlobalSim Contracts with West Gulf Maritime Association for Crane Simulators
Salt Lake City, UT – GlobalSim, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has recently contracted with the West Gulf Maritime Association (WGMA) to provide two (2) Full Mission crane simulators to train crane operators in the Houston, Texas area. The premium simulators will both feature GlobalSim’s state-of-the-art motion system and will provide training for operators on Ship-to-Shore (STS), Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG), and Ship Pedestal Cranes.
“We’re happy to be partnering with WGMA to deliver them our latest generation of crane simulators” remarks Brad Ball, GlobalSim’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “They’ve gone the extra mile to evaluate and ensure they’re purchasing the right simulators for their organization. Their team has been exceptional to work with on every level.”
Chelsea Egmon, WGMA’s Vice President of Labor Relations remarks “After extensive research, we selected GlobalSim as our vendor and we could not be more excited about what lies ahead. Their products and customer service really stood out above the rest and we look forward to incorporating both simulators into our training program to better serve the maritime industry in the west gulf.”
The simulators are currently being developed at GlobalSim’s headquarters in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. Once completed, the systems will go through rigorous testing before being sent to WGMA and installed in early 2018.
About GlobalSim: GlobalSim, Inc. is a privately held company that develops training simulators for a variety of industries, including ports, construction, and the military. GlobalSim simulators for port cranes can be found on 5 continents and the company builds, supports and maintains these simulators through its headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. www.GlobalSim.com
About WGMA: The West Gulf Maritime Association embraced within one non-profit association the membership of steamship owners, operators, agents along with stevedoring, and terminal companies located in all Texas ports and the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Today the Association has grown to over 200 members. The West Gulf Maritime Association provides payroll, payroll support services, and processes grievances for stevedores operating under the collective bargaining agreements and coordinates the training of longshore workers to promote a safe and efficient working environment.