Komatsu and Berry Tractor partner for continuous training.
Berry Tractor has rigorous training requirements to certify our technicians before they begin servicing your equipment. They undergo extensive technical training on all aspects of equipment operation, including heavy equipment diagnostics, maintenance and repair. Our technicians have experienced training in both classroom settings and on-the-job.
Komatsu America provides hands on training in its state-of-the-art facility in Cartersville, Georgia, guided by a team of technical specialists. Courses on the function and performance of specific machines cover preventive maintenance inspections, adjusting, testing, troubleshooting and repair.
Component courses focus on engines, transmissions, hydraulics and other systems and include disassembly, assembly and testing. On staff are the Parts Technical Team, a group of service engineers and a highly trained field force to provide expert technical assistance on any equipment service topic.
Komatsu has developed an Advanced Career Training (ACT) program with several universities where qualified applicants can receive scholarships to obtain an associates degree while learning the skills to become a Berry Tractor technician. The curriculum includes courses in parts and service publications, basic and advanced engines, hydraulics, electrical systems, air conditioning, undercarriages, and transmissions. The program is six semesters; each semester is spent in the classroom half of the time and on the job as a paid intern the other half. The training provides an excellent opportunity for a rewarding career.