HM Gem Engines wins elite industry award | TRANSPORT NEWS

City of Greater Dandenong business, HM Gem Engines has been awarded Best Engine Reconditioner (large business), in the prestigious 2019 VACC Industry Awards.

 The awards recognised 36 elite businesses and business people and are dedicated to the Victorian Automotive Industry.

Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC) Chief Executive, Geoff Gwilym said that the industry Awards demonstrate VACC members commitment to quality and customer service.HM Gem Engines wins elite industry award

Categories for the 2019 VACC Awards included mechanical repairs, auto electrical, recycling, body repair, engine reconditioning, farm machinery, heavy vehicle repair, new and used car, motorcycle and commercial vehicle dealers, service station and convenience stores, aftermarket and retail, towing and tyre dealers. Two new categories of Best Business Women in Automotive and Young Entrepreneur of the Year were included in this year’s awards.

Eight expert judges evaluated entries based on business management, workplace practices, customer service, marketing and communication and an independent standards representative audited the judging ensuring that only the finest of VACC’s 5,500 members would be announced as finalists.

As a multiple winner of this award since its inception, HM Gem Engines was recognised among four other outstanding companies and individuals with induction into the VACC Automotive Industry Hall of Fame, the industry’s highest honour.

With its head office and principle engine reconditioning and remanufacturing plant located in Dandenong, HM Gem Engines is recognised as the largest engine remanufacturer in Australia with engineering service plants strategically located down the east coast of Australia, employing in excess of 100 people. Today the company not only remanufacturers  engines for passenger, 4WD and light commercial vehicles but is now fully equipped to service engines and provide machining services for heavy transport, mining, construction and marine diesel engines of 5,000 HP and more.

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