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TWL Appoint new Commercial Manager

Media Release December, 2007

TWL Appoint new Commercial Manager


Scott Holt has joined TWL as Commercial/Business Manager. He will work with TWL’s network of branches, ensuring that the company reinforces its position as a leading supplier to the commercial transport industry.

Scott brings significant business management and business-to-business experience. This includes industrial supply, multi-site food retail, television production and outdoor advertising, and most recently supply of signwriting supplies direct to market.

“I see my role primarily as one of guidance and support to the TWL network,” says Scott. “This will involve assisting the branch and area managers to become more successful in their respective roles, and assuring that we deliver a high quality of customer service and product offering across the business.

“TWL has built up an impressive record in a tough and demanding marketplace,” says Scott. “The future will be no less demanding as the road transport industry continues to grow and develop. Road transportation lies at the core of our economy. It is important that TWL grows and continues to meet the ever-changing needs of this dynamic industry, and, of course to keep trucks and trailers on the road.”

TWL has been the leading supplier to New Zealand's commercial transport industry for over 40 years. Its accessibility is unparalleled with branches strategically located in major cities throughout the country.

TWL distributes many internationally recognised high performance brands supplying the heavy truck & trailer, light trailer, auto-electrical and workshop markets. Its success has been built on its ability to promote and support these brands, delivering quality to suppliers and customer's businesses alike.


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