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Careers to Showcase at TMC Trailers Trucking Industry Show

Careers to Showcase at TMC Trailers Trucking Industry Show 2018

The reason to showcase Careers is too try and assist companies to encourage more people into the industry. The Careers Event is to be held on Friday 9th March 2018 this is the trade only day followed by the public day on Saturday 10th. TMC Trailers Trucking 2018 show is the perfect setting to showcase career opportunities.

Schools and other training organisations are being invited to book a time for a hosted tour, for a look behind the scenes at various aspects of the trucking industry. There is an ongoing growing shortage in all areas in the trucking industry, so we wanted to organise an event were groups are introduced to people who are actually doing the job. They will see what’s new in the industry and companies will highlight career pathways, so the participants can start planning their studies.

Group appointments will be schedules to ensure an orderly and effective visit. This way they can have worthwhile conversations and not miss any of the vast opportunities that exist. There will be truck rides and a free barbecue over the lunch time.

To register www.truckingindustryshow.co.nz

There are limited spaces so early bookings are advised as this will be a popular event. All registered participants will receive a free entry ticket for the following day which is the public day and the huge show and shine.



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