Hydraulink rewards high achievers

Hydraulink rewards high achievers
Shane and Kellie Goodwin receive their award. (Source: Supplied)

National hydraulic hose, fittings, and service organisation, Hydraulink, recently awarded its top performers across the network.

Shane and Kellie Goodwin from the Hunter Valley Hydraulink took out the Network Partner of the Year award.

Shane Goodwin has served the local area for more than 18 years.

“I wasn’t expecting this, but I’m incredibly proud to receive this award, in a field with so many quality Hydraulink partners,” he said. “We’ve got a fantastic crew at Hunter Valley Hydraulink, and this is recognition of their above-and-beyond attitude.”

The business serves a diverse range of industries, including mining, agriculture, engineering, earthmoving, and civil works.

New Hydraulink franchisees snap up award

Gold Coast Hydraulink owners Tim and Katrina Phillips joined the network in May 2022. The couple have already built up an award-winning business, scooping up the New Franchisee of the Year award.

“The award was great recognition that we’re doing something right,” said Tim. “It’s a credit to the fantastic team here at Hydraulink Gold Coast – they are what has made our franchise such a success.

“We take care to look for the little things. Every time we are given a machine to repair, we’ll check that the entire machine is good to go before we give it back – even if our initial job was to change one hydraulic hose,” he said.

Hydraulink Gold Coast services a broad range of industries, including waste management, earthmoving, light vehicles, pressure washing, and small businesses that need minor hydraulic repair work.

Hydraulink also celebrated the sales and service technician of the year (HSST), naming Jonathan Gaske of Southern Downs.