Meet Jacqueline Reid, Terex Trucks’ new marketing manager

Jacqueline and the team support our global dealer and customer networks by delivering both traditional and digital marketing campaigns, as well as driving brand awareness. “As we strive to grow our business and increase global market share it is vital that our products and brand messages are clearly visible and accessible to all of our dealers and end customers,” she said. “We are investing heavily in our global dealer network to proactively drive and support more focused marketing activities, both globally and locally.”

Jacqueline lives in Glasgow with her husband, daughter, and her Bichon Frise dog called Lucy. A self-confessed ‘fitness freak’, Jacqueline enjoys spinning, weight training and running in her free time.

13 things we’ve learnt about Jacqueline

Most looking forward to… working with such a professional and experienced team. Being part of the Terex Trucks family and the wider Volvo CE family is very exciting as we build our dealer network, invest in our machines and ensure our brand grows from strength to strength.

One word to describe my management style… supportive.

Friends describe me as… one who says it as I see it. If they want an honest answer they can rely on me.

The most interesting place I’ve visited… Havana is a very interesting city – a real mix of old and new, colourful, exciting, although scary at times!

My favourite books… Jo Nesbo books such as The Snowman.

My favourite film… from my childhood is Calamity Jane.

Best piece of advice I’ve been given… treat people how you would like to be treated.

I most admire… my mum.

Job I’d like to do for a day… pilot of a fighter jet.

If I could have dinner with anyone it would be… Coco Chanel.

My advice to colleagues… aim high, challenge yourself and your colleagues – never accept mediocre.

Aspect of my job I most enjoy… I love the variety in my job, no two days are the same.

Something most people don’t know about me… I have a Guinness World Record for cycling for 24 hours. We had to keep a lightbulb lit from the power generated from the bikes. We raised over £5,000 for Cancer Research and our local childrens’ hospital.