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Symons Institute of Transport Update

With the genuine shortage in heavy transport drivers, the ultimate purpose of the institute is to allow attendees to gain some of the vital experience necessary to gain future employment. Attending the institute shows that these people are willing to make sacrifices to better their employment potential and make a worthy investment in their futures.

All available spaces have been filled since the Institute began on the 13th of July.

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And we're off!

The Symons Group’s participation in the Fonterra Season 2020 kicked off @ 1am on the 7th of Sep.

The Fleet, Driver, Logistics, Finance and Leadership Teams have been preparing for months and now it is all go!!

Over 100 fully trained Class 5 drivers will work for us in season 2020 including all our Partners.

All drivers of our Scania fleet have gone through our on-boarding program including SAFED.

A massive thanks for the hard yards!!

Take care on the roads, if you see our tankers on the road please take care before passing!!

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Our first graduates of the Symons Institute of Transport

While we were sad to see them go we are very proud to farewell our first graduates of the Symons Institute of Transport Experience Builder Programme. Taran and Dave worked well throughout the four week programme to achieve great results. Taran has stayed on with us to complete a new project up in the Auckland area which is further enhancing the skillset he has grown in the institute.

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Symons Transport welcomes three new team members

Our driver team are chomping at the bit to get behind the wheel of three new additons to the fleet. Our goal is to always exceed customer expectations so these G500's have been brought on and spec'd to DG standards to make them highly versailte across the business and keep our customer's products moving. Mt Egmont kindly came out the other night so Murray seized the opportunity to snap a couple of pictures with two of the trucks and the mountain on display in the back ground. 

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