Egypt’s IMC, CAD Masters renew cooperation to train engineers in latest industrial tech

Mohamed Alaa El-Din
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Doaa Selima, executive director of Egypt’s Industrial Modernization Center (IMC), and Taher Saied, director and founder of CAD Masters, signed a renewal of their cooperation protocol on Tuesday. The agreement will see CAD Masters train engineering cadres in factories across Egypt using the latest software technology from Autodesk International.

Selima said the IMC is keen to transfer the latest technology in engineering design programs to factories of all sizes, in line with the state’s vision of digital transformation. She added that the IMC is committed to providing the latest engineering and design software technology to factories and the industrial community.

Saied said CAD Masters will train engineers from various sectors through the IMC, in the form of a training grant provided by Autodesk. He said the company is committed to contributing to the development of Egypt’s industrial sector through the transfer of knowledge and skills.

Hazem Nabil, country manager for Egypt at Autodesk Limited, said the company’s programs provide integrated solutions for all industrial sectors. He added that Autodesk is committed to cooperating with many ministries and government sectors to achieve digital transformation and the Egypt 2030 plan.

The signing ceremony was attended by representatives from the IMC, CAD Masters, and Autodesk.

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