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New role next step towards No. 1

New role next step towards No. 1

NZ Truck & Driver News

 September 2019   
Fuso New Zealand says it has created a new national sales manager role as the "next step" in its quest to return the Japanese make to the No. 1 position in the market.

It says that the appointment of career-long vehicle salesman Cameron Childs to the role is a key move in its continuing growth strategy.

Childs, it says, "brings a wealth of industry experience and passion to the evolving business. 
"He arrives at a time when next-generation technology in Canter, Shogun and the soon-to-arrive eCanter is rolling out the door – delivering greater levels of safety and efficiency under the new brand direction, 'We look after our own.' "

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Fuso New Zealand says it has created a new national sales manager role as the "next step" in its quest to return the Japanese make to the No. 1 position in the market.

It says that the appointment of career-long vehicle salesman Cameron Childs to the role is a key move in its continuing growth strategy.

Childs, it says, "brings a wealth of industry experience and passion to the evolving business. 
"He arrives at a time when next-generation technology in Canter, Shogun and the soon-to-arrive eCanter is rolling out the door – delivering greater levels of safety and efficiency under the new brand direction, 'We look after our own.' "

His role is to "deliver on that commitment at ground level, working with individual dealerships across the country to ensure a unified approach to customer service that is second to none."

Childs has worked in the trucking industry for the past 16 years and reckons he has transport in his blood: "I love this industry, and FUSO is a business that is really going places. 

"Behind all the new product being rolled out this year is a committed team full of great people – all working towards the common goal of being the best in the market. That's an exciting culture to be a part of."

Working with "a business that prioritises safety as one of the central features of its new product range has been a big draw for me," he adds.

He will work with Fuso NZ dealers, to "build on the successes they have already achieved. 
"There's always room for improvement – we want to go from good to great and provide every dealer with the same opportunity for success, wherever they are in the country." 

Fuso NZ MD Kurtis Andrews says that the creation of the national sales manager role "demonstrates our commitment to customers – that we really do look after own.

"That means building a trusted relationship with operators, providing whole fleet solutions and remaining invested in the success of their businesses for the long term."  

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