Two industry technicians have been honoured for their tireless efforts to keep trucks on the go.
Tony Wright from Goulburn-based Divall’s Earthmoving and Bulk Haulage and Trevor Dickson from PACCAR Parts Australia have been recognised for their outstanding technical contributors at the Castrol Vecton Awards Dinner.
Held in conjunction with the Australian Trucking Association’s (ATA) 2018 Technology and Maintenance Conference, ATA Chair Geoff Crouch has paid tribute to the pair.
“As an industry, we are very fortunate to have such committed, skilled professionals going the extra mile,”
“I congratulate Mr Wright and Mr Dickson, our award finalists and all the unsung heroes in the industry who work hard every day to ensure our industry remain safe, professional and viable.”
Mr Wright received the 2018 Craig Roseneder Award with accolades for promoting a healthy and safe workplace culture, as well as demonstrating impeccable maintenance application, maintenance records and technical ability.
While Mr Dickson was honoured with the 2018 Castrol Vecton Industry Achievement Award, an accolade that recognises technical innovation and achievement within the Australian trucking industry.
Working with PACCAR Australia for the past 37 years, Mr Dickson is committed to improving industry safety and meeting the needs of service people and customers.
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Image: ATA Chair Geoff Crouch, 2018 Craig Roseneder Award winner Tony Wright, Castrol National Business Development Manager John Keatley