Ian Loverick, 12 Years – Mack Technician, Regina

Ian started working with Redhead Equipment 12 years ago as a heavy duty technician for the truck and trailer division in Regina. Throughout his years at Redhead he has had the chance to work at other branches and expand on his experience in the field. He says,

“you get to meet a lot of people in your travels and help them out where it’s needed, so far it’s been a great experience.”

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For Ian a regular day starts at eight AM or earlier depending on how busy the shop is, he gets in to work and is assigned jobs diagnosing and fixing customer’s trucks. Ian says,

“sometimes a customer needs a job done quickly to get back on the road and we at Redhead do whatever it takes to get the job done, which includes pulling guys off other jobs and working overtime; in the end it’s our customers that keep the business rolling.”

One of the challenges of working in his field is keeping up with new technology. The world of technology is always evolving and therefore our technicians are constantly going through training to learn about new innovations and updated technology. Ian says in contrast to that, solving troublesome problems and getting customers out the door satisfied is a very rewarding part of the job.

70 years:

“The product lines carried and our ability to get work turned around for the customers and dedication to service for our customers is what we are known for,” Ian added.

What does Redhead Equipment mean to you?

It feels like family and like home. When you’ve been here 11 years you build bonds with people. It’s a very family oriented company and I enjoy coming to work.

What might surprise us about you?

I have a soft side at times, I like to joke around with the guys all the time here but I have a soft side.

Given the chance who would you like to be for a day?

The engineers that design some of these trucks and fix some of the issues that we have!

What do you do with an hour of free time?

Spend with my 2 little boys out playing.

Where is your favorite place to travel?

Duck Mountain SK, camping and fishing.

Source: RedHead Equipment


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