“Our partnership with Mai-Wel started with our inquiry for grounds maintenance, however through Mai-Wel’s professional interactions and passion for the people they serve, this has grown to cleaning, recycling of pallets, make stillages and transport boxes,” says Michael.
“Moving forward, we now have two new team members from the Workforce Australia – Transition to Work program, Brayden and Dylan, who have been steadily building new skills.”
Brayden and Dylan love their new job and have found confidence in their abilities and are proud to be part of the Gemco team.
“The men are enthusiastic about their jobs. They have found the Gemco culture supportive and encouraging. This is the very platform they need, I am looking forward to seeing them develop”, said Keith Couper, Production Leader.
Mai-Wel is just as grateful to the Gemco team for providing employment opportunities for our people, the future possibilities and this partnership overall.
“Mai-Wel has been an outstanding partner through all our shared endeavors, through every step, from safety management, delivery, flexibility and they are cost effective,” said Chris Andrews, NSW Supply Chain Lead.
The whole team at Gemco Rail is proud of their involvement with Mai-Wel and look forward to the continued relationship.