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John Martin has recently returned to Haultec Trailers as a salesman. Previously general manager of Cobra Trailers from 1983-1992, Martin has also served as product manager at Ravens in Orangeville, On...


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John Martin has recently returned to Haultec Trailers as a salesman. Previously general manager of Cobra Trailers from 1983-1992, Martin has also served as product manager at Ravens in Orangeville, Ont. “John understands his customers and their specific needs, whether it be tri-, quad or pony train,” the company recently said. “With the new ‘Aerowall’ smooth sides and polishing equipment coming on-stream in August, it will be a great time to be back selling Cobra,” Martin added. He brings a total of 25 years experience in the trailer business to the table.

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Kenworth Truck Centres of Ontario has welcomed Ken Evershed back to the fold. Evershed will join the sales team out of the Concord location where he already has a number of trucks in stock with Cummins and Caterpillar engines. Evershed brings many years of experience in the trucking industry to Kenworth Truck Centres. He can be reached at 905-695-0740 or by visiting Kenworth Truck Centres at Hwy. 7 and Creditstone Road in Concord.

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Reimer Express Lines has awarded Karly Neveu the Dr. Donald S. Reimer Scholarship. Neveu, the sixth recipient of a Reimer Express scholarship, earned the scholarship on the basis of academic achievement along with her involvement in extra-curricular activities. Neveu will be graduating with honours from the French Immersion Program at her high school, Earl Marriott Secondary, in Surrey, B.C. She has represented the province at national sports competitions and is involved in ringette, basketball and track and field. Nevau was recently named Female Athlete of the Year at her school. n


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