TransDiesel has two teams that have successfully made it through to the Volvo CE Masters final, to be held in Sweden in March 2019
The two teams have battled it out at the Oceania and APAC regional competitions and will now advance to the World final.
Arranged by the global and regional aftermarket training organizations, the Volvo CE Masters is a skills competition open to technicians and parts personnel of authorized Volvo CE dealers, with a focus on know-how and practical knowledge.
The aim of the Masters competition is to help employees develop and improve their knowledge, skills and ability to work as a team. The competition is also a way of showing work that is carried out at Volvo dealers all over the world, and what goes into offering world class service.
The competing teams are judged on a scale of performance wherein not only their technical and parts systems knowledge and skills are evaluated, but also, judging of the proper handling of tools and demonstration of Volvo’s brand values will occur. A variety of Volvo products will be used in the finals, so the two teams will be preparing themselves ahead of the finals.
“After being placed second last time around we want to go one better this year and we are in with a great shot with two teams representing us. It’s fantastic that we have representation from across the company and N.Z and this truly reflects the quality of the people we have on the ground to service our customers machines” commented Mike McKessar, CEO TransDiesel Ltd
Volvo Masters was initially conducted in 1990 and the latest competition involved around 3500 parts and service technicians from all over the world. It is an event where people with different nationalities, cultures and languages meet with one thing in common: exceptional skills and to compete with aftermarket professionals from all over the globe.