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Get to Know… Andy Spencer, One of Truck and Trailer’s HGV Drivers

Andy Spencer talks about himself and his job as one of Dawsongroup | truck and trailer’s HGV Drivers, moving vehicles to and from customers and workshops, and between our depots.

Where are you from originally?

Rawtenstall in Lancashire, the red rose county.

What was your first job?

Yardman at Brian Currie trucks and trailers in Milton Keynes.

What job(s) did you have before joining Dawsongroup | truck and trailer?

Driver at Brian Currie and Valeter at City Trucks in Milton Keynes.

When did you join DGTT?

October 2008.

What was your first job at DGTT?

Yard Shunter, which involved keeping the yard clean and tidy and getting vehicles washed.

What’s your current job and what does it involve?

I work as an HGV Driver and I deliver and collect vehicles to and from customers, workshops and our other branches. I get to drive some high-quality vehicles and meet lots of people.  We’re a great team and we all take a professional and courteous approach to our jobs, while also having some fun!

What’s been the highlight of your time at DGTT?

Driving an 18-tonne curtainside as part of a convoy of modern and historic trucks at Peter Dawson’s 80th birthday celebrations. We all had a great day!

What significant changes have you seen in the business during your time at DGTT?

The quality of the vehicles we run these days is much better than 14 years ago. They’re also much younger and fitted with much more high-spec technology.

Andy Spencer shares who or what has influenced his career, what he does in his spare time and even more here. Visit Dawsongroup | truck and trailer to find out about smarter asset solutions for your truck and trailer business.

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Andy Spencer truck and trailer

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