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Shaw endorses Shacman trucks

Growth & Jobs | Shaw endorses Shacman trucks

Published:Monday | July 2, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Audley Shaw left), minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries examines a truck with Chris Bicknell (centre), chief executive officer, Tank-Weld, and Curtis Martin, acting managing director, JN Bank.

Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw has urged business operators to consider the new range of Shacman trucks.

in his address during the launch of the Tank-Weld dealership, Shaw argued that "business people can look to purchase not a 15- or 20-year-old truck, but a brand new truck. They are reliable trucks and your servicing requirements will fall."

Curtis Martin, acting managing director, JN Bank, told the audience at the launch that the financial institution had partnered with Tank-Weld as it saw an opportunity to reach out to the trucking industry.

"The financing offer which we have made to truckers will facilitate increased purchases of brand new heavy-duty trucks, suited to our environment," said Martin.

"We have an attractive financing package for up to seven years at a fixed interest rate,'' added Martin.

He pointed out that the relationship had already yielded sales and said JN Bank looks forward to its continued partnership with Tank-Weld and Shacman in this venture.

Yan Xie, Shacman's regional general manager, told the large audience of trucking industry operators, "We have the confidence to tell our clients that you will not regret buying a Shacman truck. The Shacman trucks have a 50-year history and we have lot of experience in the market."