Truckin' on the border: Joel Bray
Truckin' on the border: Joel Bray David Vile

Truckin' on the Border - Joel Bray

MANNING the Inland Truck Centre (ITC) stand at the recent Riverina Convoy for Kids and Truck Show was Wagga Wagga branch parts manager Joel Bray.

As the regional Kenworth and DAF dealer, ITC had a new Kenworth SAR on display and a range of Kenworth and DAF accessories and merchandise at the show.

The Wagga Wagga branch has been a supporter of the Riverina convoy since its inception, and Joel reckoned it is a good showcase for the industry to the community.

"We got the SAR scrubbed up for today and both the amount of trucks on display and the community support shows how big this event is,” he commented.

Along with the Wagga Wagga facility, ITC also has branches at Dubbo, Griffith and Orange, and Joel has been with ITC in his current role for the last six years servicing a large geographical area from Griffith to Tumut to Cowra.

Despite the wet winter which has slowed the activity in the livestock and bulk sectors, Joel reckoned the workshop and parts supply operation had been constant, and with the harvest season about to commence, was confident of a busy time ahead.

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