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Vishaal Kumar
Monday, November 27, 2017

TWENTY-eight employees of Asco Motors were part of the company's National Skills Contest 2017 which was held on Saturday in Suva.

Speaking at the event, company chief executive officer Craig Sims said national skills contest was held every year to commemorate the achievements and test the skills of its employees.

"This contest basically involves employees from Vanuatu, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga and Fiji across the parts, service, sales, technical, body and paint categories," Mr Sims said.

"About 28 employees were awarded prizes in these categories. The response has been overwhelming over the years from the employees and we were very lucky, when our technical winner from last year went to Japan after winning the South Pacific contest.

"It was an extremely motivating factor for him and for the company. This also rewards our quality employees."

He said these kinds of contests showed everyone that there was a pathway and the importance of training and learning in the workforce.

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