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New top man at Mack

New top man at Mack

NZ Truck & Driver News

 May 2019   
The retirement of Mack stalwart Murray Sowerby after 38 years with the Bulldog brand has prompted the appointment of a new Mack national sales manager.

Stu Wynd, who has worked alongside Sowerby and the Mack team, in addition to managing logistics for the overall Motor Truck Distributors (MTD) group, took over the role last month.

Sowerby is staying on until the end of next month – helping to ease the changeover for the "large number of customers across New Zealand" who have shown "a strong loyalty to Mack and MTD Trucks."

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The retirement of Mack stalwart Murray Sowerby after 38 years with the Bulldog brand has prompted the appointment of a new Mack national sales manager.
Stu Wynd, who has worked alongside Sowerby and the Mack team, in addition to managing logistics for the overall Motor Truck Distributors (MTD) group, took over the role last month.
Sowerby is staying on until the end of next month – helping to ease the changeover for the "large number of customers across New Zealand" who have shown "a strong loyalty to Mack and MTD Trucks."
The three-month period in which Sowerby will work alongside Wynd will, says MTD Trucks general manager Clive Jones, "facilitate a handover and enable customers to meet Stu, and for him to better understand their business – so we can continue to serve customers' truck needs into the future."
Wynd has worked in the freight, logistics and transport industry for most of his career and says he's looking forward to the challenge of taking the Mack brand into the future.
Jones pays tribute to Murray Sowerby's "lifelong commitment to the Mack brand in NZ but, more importantly, for his unique and unwavering dedication to customers and the total ownership experience."  


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