Safety roadshow goes to six MAN truck dealers

Commercial Motor
February 28, 2017

MAN and petroleum bulk logistics specialist Hoyer Petrolog have teamed up to take a safety and training roadshow to six dealerships across the UK.

Experts from the fleet team at Hoyer presented to more than 140 people at MAN Truck and Bus Bellshill; HRVS Scunthorpe; Aquila Truck Centre Kingsbury; MAN Truck and Bus Preston; PCL London and Harwoods Truck Centre Southampton. Of these, about 100 were technicians and the rest general managers from both organisations.

The roadshow covered company fleet objectives in safety, compliance and service, specific contracts delivered by Hoyer managers, fleet policy changes, inspection standards and tyre husbandry.

John Davies, MAN Truck and Bus UK aftersales director, added: “By working together on projects such as these training roadshows we can play our part in helping Hoyer secure fresh distribution contracts and at the same time position MAN as their number one choice for supplying services and new equipment.”

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