Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc. (PCLI), a NationaLease Select Sponsor, congratulates the nine top technicians who made it through to the second round of the 2018 NationaLease Tech Challenge, as well as the top three winners who will go on to represent NationaLease at the TMC SuperTech competition later this year.
Having made it through to the hands-on portion of the competition, the nine top technicians competed in a rigorous series of challenges that tested both their knowledge and skills. Three technicians emerged as this year’s winners:
- Top Tech: Richard Davis, Hogan Truck Leasing, Inc., a NationaLease Member, and repeat winner from 2017
- 1st Runner Up: Bob Mrzyglod, Aim NationaLease, 2nd runner up in 2017
- 2nd Runner Up: John Norwood, Aim NationaLease, 1st runner up in 2017
In recognition of this special accomplishment and for their hard work and dedication in honing their craft, PCLI was honored to present these three technicians an award that included an exclusive diecast race car signed by Indy race car driver James Hinchcliffe.
“Technicians have it tough when it comes to maintaining the performance of their fleets and PCLI is proud to support and recognize the efforts of the Winners of the 2018 NationaLease Tech Challenge,” says Barnaby Ngai, category manager, Heavy Duty Engine and Driveline Oils.
“For technicians working in extreme environments, it’s important to use products that can be relied upon, which is why PCLI and NationaLease are perfect partners. We would like to offer our congratulations to the all of the finalists of the Tech Challenge Exam, and wish the Top Tech and the runners up the very best of luck at TMC SuperTech.”
Joe Puff, vice president of Truck Technology & Maintenance at NationaLease, adds, “These types of competitions are vital for recognizing and rewarding the talent in our industry and are made possible by generous sponsors like PCLI. Technicians play a key role in the maintenance of their fleets, and this year’s event brought out the very best of the best – we wish the top three the very best of luck at the competition later this year.”