A total of 46 Australian teams will be battling it out during Round 2 of the UD Trucks Gemba Challenge, vying for a place in the global final that will be held in Ageo, Japan.
‘Gemba’ loosely translates to “the place where value is created”. The competition sees service and aftermarket teams compete in technical challenges in the workshop, culminating in a global final where aftermarket teams from around the globe face off in a series of workshop tasks.
This second round of the competition closes on August 2.
“The fantastic engagement we’ve seen from our aftermarket teams during this competition so far really reflects the enthusiasm and commitment of our colleagues across the dealer network,” said Richard Singer, vice president services and retail development, Volvo Group Australia.
“Knowing that our dealerships are staffed by some of the most professional and capable staff in the industry undoubtedly gives peace of mind to our customers.”
“I look forward to seeing one of our dedicated teams bringing home a win at the global final and I congratulate them on their progress to date.”