Mick White has joined the Terberg DTS Fire and Rescue Division as the Workshop Manager and brings with him a wealth of experience spanning fire vehicles, equipment and systems.
Having spent over 35 years in the Royal Air Force, his experience and knowledge will bolster Terberg’s already impressive technical capability. Mick will be responsible for all work within the Gloucester workshop and for the work undertaken by Fire Division engineers on customer sites across the UK.
Terberg are also pleased to welcome new recruit, Matthew Tatton onboard. Matthew joins us as an apprentice parts administrator, realising a long term ambition to work within the automotive industry.
Terberg DTS view apprenticeships as key to developing and nurturing the best customer service solutions for the future. This kind of investment helps to ensure Terberg maintains it’s position as the number one supplier of specialist vehicles and support in the UK.
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