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2 June 2016

This year’s winner of VISTA: Team Harju from Finland!

“This is unbelievable – I’m extremely proud and happy for my team,” says Immo Harju, team leader of Team Harju. “VISTA is always a very hard competition. If you want to be successful, you must keep learning everyday. Even during the world final, we have been learning new things – so to win it again is amazing.”

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About VISTA

Largest in the world

VISTA (Volvo International Service Training Award) is an international competition open to all aftermarket professionals within the Volvo Trucks’ and Volvo Buses’ global service network. Currently it is the world’s largest competition for aftermarket personnel, with the last competition involving over 17,000 participants from 93 countries.

The aim of the competition is to help employees develop and improve’ their knowledge, skills, and ability to work as a team. Participants take part in teams of two to four people, and the competition starts with three rounds of theoretical questions, which teams complete in their workshops. After three rounds, the best performing teams qualify for regional semi finals. From these semi-finals, 32 teams will qualify for the world final, which is held in Gothenburg, Sweden – Volvo’s birthplace and home.

However VISTA is much more than a competition – it is a mass training event. The aim is to make us better at what we do every day. During VISTA, the participants improve their skills, new friendships are formed, and for many it is an experience of a lifetime.

VISTA (Volvo International Service Training Award) is an international competition open to all aftermarket professionals within the Volvo Trucks’ and Volvo Buses’ global service network. Currently it is the world’s largest competition for aftermarket personnel, with the last competition involving over 17,000 participants from 93 countries. The aim of the competition is to help employees develop and improve’ their knowledge, skills, and ability to work as a team. Participants take part in teams of two to four people, and the …

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Here are the teams

Below you can see all the teams registered for the VISTA World Championship 2015-2016. Here you map out what competition you are facing in your town or in your country and check out teams in other places around the world.

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