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QTK CEO ROGER PARTINGTON

ROGER PARTINGTON

CEO


Commencing his career as a sales cadet with Transpec in 1972 selling BPW axles, suspensions and other transport components, Roger quickly established himself within the transport industry as their product specialist.

In 1976 Roger was appointed as the Transpec Victorian Thermo King sales manager and in 1985 Transpec appointed him as the Australia Thermo King Sales Manager, looking after all national accounts.

In 2003 Roger was approached by Thermo King head office in the USA to become the Queensland sole Thermo King dealer and as a result QTK was formed.

As the CEO of QTK group, Roger has been responsible for the design and development of the existing Spectra site, much now is one of the premier service facilities in the transport industry.

Roger now focuses on the contractual agreements, corporate policies and overall financial management structure of the QTK Group.


QTK Director Wayne Taylor

WAYNE TAYLOR

Director


Wayne joined QTK Group at its inception in 2003 as Sales and Marketing Director with the responsibility to rejuvenate the Thermo King business for Queensland and Northern Territory.

In 1997, Wayne won Thermo King ‘International Sales Manager of the year’ and utilises his professionalism, customer relations and business acumen to develop the team at QTK.

Today Wayne’s focus as Director is on new technologies, major accounts, marketing and staff development, ensuring QTK Group remains a market leader in all its business sectors.


QTK Director TERRY CUBIT

TERRY CUBIT

Director


Terry Cubit joined QTK Group in 2003 and brought with him a diverse “hands on relations driven” injection to the QTK board.

With over 40 years’ experience in the transport industry from owner/driver to Fleet Supervisor for Frigmobile and National Fleet Manager for Garden City Transport, Terry led the team at QTK Group as Group Managing Director.

From 2003 Terry was responsible for the overall management and growth of the QTK Group and development of Thermo King Bus into a truly national business unit.

In December 2011, Terry retired from his role and now sits on the board as a Director.