Originally from South Africa, Scott moved to New Zealand in 2018 to supervise Giltrap Agrizone Cambridge branch workshop as Service Manager before joining Hustler’s Customer Care team in 2022.
Back in the day, Scott studied motor engineering. Since then, his passion for anything mechanics brought him to work for several different dealerships, including one of the largest agricultural dealers in South Africa. He occupied several job functions, including after-sales, sales and management. On top of all this, he helped manage a family automotive workshop for a number of years.
Scott is an energetic individual who is keen on trying new ideas. With a strive to deliver the best service he possibly can and always happy to go the extra mile, he certainly became quickly an asset for the Hustler Customer Care team!
Having experience in sales, management, agriculture and the motor industry gives Scott insights into the needs and demands our dealers and clients have every day. “I’ve learned that the aftersales is what keeps customers coming back for more,” Scott said.
Scott is married with three young children and a baby on the way expected in April. If family time is what Scott values the most, he is always ready for a dirt biking session during his free time!
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