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A member of our Adtrans truck division family faces daily challenges with the care for one of his precious children. Mack is only 16 months old and has SMA, a rare genetic neuro-muscular disease that leaves him bed-ridden. Mack's story recently aired on Today Tonight and Whitehorse Trucks would like to share this with the trucking community. Let's help raise money for the family - every little bit counts and together we can make a difference in their lives.
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During a gala awards ceremony held in Melbourne Daimler Trucks Australia celebrated its highest achieving Commercial Vehicle dealerships for Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner and Fuso. The awards recognise outstanding dealership performance and commitment to the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
Whitehorse Trucks were pleased to accept the award for "Freightliner Trucks Metropolitan Dealer of the Year". This is the second year running we have been acknowledged for this award.
We were also very proud to congratulate Colin De Gee for his award "Freightliner Salesmen of the Year". Well done Colin, your customers certainly appreciate the level of service and attention you provide them.
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We are fortunate at Whitehorse to have some amazing, interesting people working for us. Join us as we introduce some of the Faces of Whitehorse!
Meet Kimberley Rogers-Carlstrom - Member of the Service Team
I became interested in mechanics in my mid-teens when I started riding dirt bikes and pulling them apart to see how they worked, repair them and make them go better. My family has also been in the heavy truck industry for as long as I can remember and this also sparked my interest in mechanics.
I started my apprenticeship with MTU Detroit in 2009 and moved to Whitehorse Truck Centre in 2012 to broaden my experience to the whole truck. Being a part of the WTC service team is a real eye opener. The variety of jobs make a great opportunity to further my education and I hope, make me a better truck mechanic.
Being a female mechanic can get a little tough on the job, but there is always the equipment or someone who will lend a hand. The blokes are respectful of me, never discriminate and treat me like just one of the guys.
As with everything, there have been a few ups and downs, but on the whole, my experience has really paid off and I could not think of a better career. I am really looking forward to finishing my apprenticeship this year and have plans to move onto bigger and better things with WTC.