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Wetherill Park crowned Truckline Branch of the Year for second year running

New South Wales Truckline Branch Wetherill Park has taken out Truckline’s Branch of the Year Award for 2018. The announcement, made last week at the Truckline National Conference on the Gold Coast, marks the second year in a row that Wetherill Park has received the accolade.

“Wetherill Park ranked highly throughout the year across all our sales and performance metrics," said Mick Henderson, Truckline General Manager. "They’ve worked hard, set a consistent performance standard and ultimately come home with the award as a result, something they should be very proud of.”

The 23 Truckline stores across the country are ranked each year based on a traffic light system. The generation of sales, profit and cost management are just a few of the performance measures assessed, coupled with customer relationships. 

Truckline has 60 years’ experience in the Australian truck industry as a retailer and distributor of aftermarket truck and trailer parts.

The three-day National Conference kicked off with leadership training, followed by in depth workshops with 30 parts and accessories suppliers, including Castrol, Donaldson, Fleetguard and Narva. The workshops focused on developing strategies to maintain optimal supply chains. 

"As a company we believe we have the best skilled and trained staff in the industry, and we're committed to maintaining that by continuing to provide training and by working closely with our vendors," said Mr Henderson. “With access to over 77,000 parts for American, European and Japanese trucks, and 92% of our stock held in-store, we know we have one of the best part availability in the business and customers can rely on the expertise of our staff to identify and source, the part that’s right for them.”

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