Has your sales team got what it takes to be winners?

Sales Team of the Year CM Awards

County Antrim-based Dennison Commercials (pictured above) took home the Sales Team of the Year Award at the 2018 Commercial Motor Awards, joining HRVS Group and Thomas Hardie used trucks as winners in this much sought after category.

Our panel of independent judges said that Dennison Commercials showed a level of customer care stood out in their entry, taking a tailored approach to suit each individual customer.

Dennison Commercials sales director Rob Ireland said that winning in this category was testament to the hard work, professionalism and dedication shown by each member of the team: “Dennison’s and Volvo have consistently over the last six years had a market share over 30%. We can only achieve that with the help of our loyal customer base and also our award-winning parts and service depots that cover Northern Ireland.”

If you think your sales team has got what it takes to join this elite list of the very best commercial vehicle sales teams in the country then don’t delay, go to Commercialmotorawards.com to enter now – where you’ll find all the award criteria, plus our easy to use online entry process. All award entries are 1,000 words and you can support your entry with photography and customer testimonials. There are 15 categories to enter, so there is something for everyone.

This year’s awards take place on 28 November at the Vox in Birmingham.

 

IVECO boss allays fears of driverless trucks

 

IVECO’s commercial director Gerrit Marx has criticised the industry for talking about driverless trucks, describing the use of term as irresponsible, as it acts as a deterrent to new drivers.

“We shouldn’t scare them with science fiction stories,” he said. “In reality fully robotised trucks on public roads are still several decades away.”

However, Marx went on to say that level 5 fully autonomous trucks operating in controlled environments and carrying out repetitive task, are a reality. 

“But we will still need truck drivers for a very long time to come,” he said.