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Benz worried about supply of apprentices

Parallel lines: From left, Mercedes-Benz Melbourne dealer principal Thomas Eberling, Victorian minister for training and skills Steve Herbert, Mercedes-Benz Australia/Pacific senior manager of public relations, product and corporate communications David McCarthy.

Parallel imports could discourage hiring of apprentices: Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz logo14 Jun 2016

- Mercedes-Benz Australia/Pacific (MBAP) has signalled its concerns about the future supply of apprentices for the motor trade if the federal government’s plan to allow parallel imports of new cars is implemented.

- Australia’s leading luxury car importer issued its warning as it announced that two MBAP mechanics had been awarded apprentices of the year, receiving their awards from Victorian minister for training and skills Steve Herbert.

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