Vacancy: Regional sales positions, Boweld Truck Bodies
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Employer: Boweld Truck Bodies
Role: Regional sales positions
Location: Bristol/South West & South East Regions
BOWELD specialise in the design and manufacture of steel tipping bodies and auxiliary equipment. Established over 25 years, the company operates from a modern, 22,000 sq ft, purpose built factory located on a dedicated site of over a hectare.
We are looking to appoint two Regional Sales individuals, positions available to cover Bristol and South West and the South East area. Successful candidates will report to Sales Director and will be responsible for liaising with OEM Dealerships & end users alike. Keeping close contact with existing clients and creating new relationships.
- Experience in the truck/tipper/waste sector markets
- Willing to travel and report to head office
- Focus driven and be able to work alone and drive sales in given area
- • Competitive salary that will be performance related
- • Company car provided
- • Phone and Laptop provided
- • Work for a forward thinking company that is looking to expand indifferent areas with proven products
Submit your CV application and cover letter to [email protected]
AEBS-3 launched across DAF range
DAF has introduced the next generation Advanced Emergency Braking System as standard on all LF, CF and XF models. AEBS-3 has the ability to initiate fully autonomous emergency braking to avoid rear-end collisions with moving and stationary vehicles at speeds up to 50mph.
Provided together with Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning systems, DAF’s AEBS-3 is now powered by 16 antennae, increased from seven.
Its long-range sensor provides a range and view angle of 250 metres and 120˚, increased from 200 metres and 50˚, regardless of low-visibility conditions.
In operation, it responds to a detected obstruction with a multi-stage process. It begins with audible and visual warnings and a pulsing brake pedal. If the driver fails to respond, full emergency braking is initiated to prevent, or at least lessen the severity of, an ensuing collision.