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QTC Donates Components to North Dakota State
January 11, 2013
Quality Transmission Components recently announced the donation of various industrial automation components to the North Dakota State University ASABE (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers) student team, enabling the students to better compete against other Universities in this internationally recognized engineering competition. “We welcome the opportunity to support up and coming engineers in these types of engineering competitions. The students not only put to use the engineering skills that they will need when they enter the workforce, but they also learn about teamwork and invaluable communication skills, which are sometimes overlooked in a technical education,” said Brian Dengel, assistant vice president and general manager at Quality Transmission Components. The students at North Dakota State University in Fargo, North Dakota, will benefit from the team building that a competition like the ASABE ¼ Scale Tractor requires. With Quality Transmission Components donating these components, the students can avoid spending their time on fundraising, resulting in more time being spent refining their designs and preparing their written reports.