Tiger Trailers, the trailer and bodywork manufacturer, has employer Jack Cartwright as a Graduate Sales Engineer. Jack will be the fourth generation of the Cartwright family to join the company, which was first founded in 2014 by John and Steven Cartwright.
Jack Cartwright is 20 years old and has recently graduated from Warwick University with a degree in History. Considering his career options, Jack has said that he was looking for a forward thinking and progressing company. Looking to less obvious career options first, Jack came back to the developments Tiger Trailers have been making in recent years.
Looking for a customer facing role, the Graduate Sales Engineer position seems to fit perfectly with Jackâs requirements. Jack is a part of the Cartwright family, well known in the road transport industry. Stanley, Jackâs great grandfather established S. Cartwright & Sons, and Alan, Jackâs Grandfather worked to become one of the most respected commercial vehicle bodybuilders and trailer manufacturers in the UK. It would appear that working in this industry is in the blood for the Cartwright family.
Looking forward to learning from everyone at Tiger Trailers, Jack hopes that he will be able to prove himself in order to become an integral part of Tiger Trailerâs development going forward. No doubt he will become an integral part of the sales team at Tiger Trailers, despite the added pressure of his family name.
Tiger Logistics has created modern, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, becoming the first new manufacturer to appear on the market in the UK for more than two decades. The company has since advanced further, and the privately owned family company is well on its way to becoming one of the UKâs leading manufacturing companies, catering to those in the haulage, logistics, retail and parcel sectors in the UK and into Europe.