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Summer intern in service operations - Youssef Wagdy

Youssef Wagdy has spent 4-weeks training in Atlas Copco Egypt on service operations where we would like to get his insights about us and what he learnt from our technical department

“ My name is Youssef Wagdy. I am 21 years old. And I study at the faculty of engineering ainshams University.

I chose Atlas Copco because it is a very respected company in the field. They have as well advanced techniques and systems that aren't present anywhere else. Especially the service department in which one can gain alot of knowledge as well as technical and practical experience.

I have learned how the work environment go on. I have also gained big knowledge about Compressors, theoretically and practically. As we disassembled every part and we're able to examine it carefully. We also learned to troubleshoot the problems at the site.

At the end it was a great experience and I wish to come back as a trainee or a future engineer.

My advice to the future trainees is to try to learn about every thing you see. And ask the engineers and operators. They treated us friendly as if we were their younger brothers.
And good luck for all of you!

Youssef Wagdy
Ain Shams University for Engineering

Egypt 2019