AMCAP hooked on fishing!
Congratulations to the winners of the AMCAP Social Club “Fishing Day Out” raffle!Departing Hillary’s Yacht Club at a leisurely 9am on Sunday May 7, our lucky winners were welcomed aboard “Legendre”, a 43 foot Westcoaster ex-cray boat for a day of fishing by Skipper, Neil Thomson, Client Services/Subaru Divisional Manager. Perfect weather conditions were enjoyed on the day with the sun shining and a moderate easterly breeze promising to drop off to produce crystal clear conditions.The girls from the warehouse were the first off the mark with Bec Bateman landing a cuttlefish which was graciously allowed to live another day. Next up was Deb Clarke catching her first ever fish which might have been a wrasse that was also returned to the ocean. It was clear that the girls had fishing skills which encouraged everyone else...
Subaru do a genuinely rewarding Christmas
Subaru Parts WA’s customers were vying for a trip to Fiji by purchasing parts during a Christmas promotion running through November and December in 2016.All GetGenuine members were eligible to participate earning triple Qantas points for purchases of driveshafts, short engines, turbo chargers, suspension struts, brake pads and brake discs.The winners were drawn on 15 March 2017 with prizes going to three of Subaru Parts WA’s customers including 1st prize. 1ST PRIZE D&T Panel A trip to Fiji including flights, 5 nights’ accommodation and transfers for two people2ND PRIZE: A bonus 50,000 Qantas Points3RD – 10TH PRIZE J & M Smash repairs & S Technics $50 Coles-Myer gift cardsPictured: L-R: D&T Panel’s Steve Lopresti, Neil Thomson (Subaru Parts WA), Tony Lopresti
Skipper Transport Parts Easter Trading
Skipper Transport Parts WA branches would like to notify their WA customers of changes in trading hours of the Easter break.From Good Friday until Easter Monday, all WA branches will be closed, this includes Saturday 15th April.Normal trading will resume on Tuesday 18th April.Happy Easter!
The Future of Logistics – Driven by Technology
Get a front row seat to all the technological developments in the logistics industry What’s in store for the future of logistics? Drones? Hover cars? Or better yet, instant delivery and distribution via teleportation? Could be. According to Industry Week, the global logistics market is estimated to be worth about $4 trillion a year, which represents a whopping 10% of the global GDP. The global transportation services market is also one of the fastest growing sectors, with an annual growth of 7% since 2011.You can forgive mankind for its appetite for improving logistics with greater efficiency – as it’s a pursuit that makes the future very bright. The scope for technological advancement is virtually limitless. Read on to see what’s on the horizon and how technology will revolutionise logistics in the near future.Why all...