David Shaw, Janine Sykes, Rich Jones and I (Kieron Colgan) choose to fundraise and donate all proceeds to 2 different charities this year.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Claire contributed a whooping 49 entries.
Entries by Claire
I asked Jordan Welsby, an ROI planner, to tell me about his experience playing Rugby, from when he started to where he is now:
What is it like being the Irish General Manager? It’s a very challenging role. I progressed into this job after taking part in the Maxi Development Course, where I was able to gain more insight on how to be a manager and that gave me the confidence to apply.
What was your job role prior to leaving the company? I was the operations manager for Irish General in the Warrington depot, before progressing to become the General Manager of the Warwick depot.
It’s now just been over a week since the first group of the Maxi Development course 2019 had finished. I caught up with each candidate and asked them for some feedback from the course:
Following on from my interview with the founder of the Maxi Development Scheme, I have also spoken to my fiance, Haddon, who works with me at the Warrington Depot, to get his take on how the development course impacts life outside the office.
Now that the first development course of 2019 has come to an end it seems only natural to interview the person who created it. I met with Alan Miles, the Managing Director of Maxi Haulage, to ask him a few questions.
The 13th July 2018 was a special day for our driver, Peter Wallace. He delivered the last load on his drawbar unit truck and bus transporter. Peter stated “this marked 10 years with the same vehicle, during which time it has done 1.2 million kilometres and I have slept 2640 nights in the sleeper cab”. […]
Since early February 2017 Maxi Haulage has been a leading stake holder in providing Volvo Bus with services to install their unique charging system around the country for their Zero Emission Electric Bus.