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Perfect day for Mannum

truck program AGAIN it was an ideal day weatherwise, although a bit freezing in the early morning, to showcase Mannum to the 8000 clients who went to for the South Australian Truck and Ute Show on Sunday. Mannum Progress Association Irene Lovell stated 84 cutting-edge prime movers, tow trucks and vintage trucks, all polished up for the occasion, lined Randell St for the show. “Regional transportation identities in the trucking industry, Tim Male Transport showcased two prime movers, Brendan Male revealed his vintage truck, Darrell Eades Transportation got in a fleet of 8 prime movers, and Bee Jays Haulage from close-by Mt Barker showed off a fleet of 14 stunning prime movers. “Our judges had an extremely tough job to evaluate the categories. If you saw their judges sheets, I believe they climbed all over and under the trucks to find the winners of the categories and novelty areas “We also showcased 57 utes and 15 4WDs on the day and the Paddle Steamer PS Marion had one hour cruises all the time for our visitors. “Our main professional photographer Danny Cazzalato from Murray Bridge did a mammoth task taking control of 200 images which you can see on our Facebook Page (SA Truck & Ute Show Mannum). “Randell St looked a treat showing off our regional stores and eating areas to the visitors. “Down in Shearer Carpark, there was likewise lots of food supplied by local neighborhood clubs and c and w by The City Cowboys and Lee Brocky and the Wilderness Overdrive to captivate the families going to Mannum. “We had individuals and entrants from Queensland, Victoria, Yorke Peninsula, Kangaroo Island, Ceduna, Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Barossa Valley, Murray Bridge, Mid North, Upper Murray towns – – Berri, Loxton and Mildura likewise. So they originated from near and far for the event. “A note to all the readers of Big Rigs – – we are happy to get any concepts or criticisms you might have – – please let us know. “Mannum Development Association wish to thank all our sponsors, an …
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PMTC, Aviva announce winners

of Personal Fleet Security Awards KING CITY, Ont. — The Personal Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) and Aviva Canada revealed the award winners for Personal Fleet Security throughout the PMTC’s annual conference. The competition is open to all Canadian private providers, and membership in the PMTC is not a requirement. Judging is conducted by an independent panel and follows well established requirements with a concentrate on the company’s general security regime and over the roadway record. “The members of the PMTC value the support of Aviva for these private fleet safety awards,” stated PMTC president Mike Millian.” The awards are a concrete sign of the commitment of Aviva and the PMTC to truck security, a commitment that has belonged to the PMTC’s required given that our inception in 1977…… The procedure of getting among these awards supplies a kind of list for fleet supervisors to see exactly what the very best in class fleets are doing to preserve their security programs…… In addition to Aviva, we at the PMTC congratulate the management and motorists of these fleets. The efforts of everyone included with these fleets, and numerous others in the PMTC membership, indicate their desire to keep roadway safety foremost in their operations. All the 2016 award winners deserve our congratulations.”…
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