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Garry Whall – Managing Director

Garry Whall

Managing Director

The Kiwi Dream is to start a business then pass it on to your kids and retire. Turbo Care is Garry’s Kiwi Dream. 

In 1983, when Jarrad was only taking his first steps, Garry took his engineering skills and love of turbochargers and established Turbocharger Reconditioners. Fast forward to 2006 when Jarrad’s ready to join the family business – and Turbo Care NZ is born. 

Garry’s our resident specialist for heavy diesel and commercial turbochargers and he enjoys nothing more than sourcing the new workshop equipment and getting it set up for the boys.  He’s still having too much fun to get too serious about retirement. When he does drag himself away from the workshop, you’ll find him on the mountain bike tracks giving the young adrenalin-junkies a run for their money. 

Garry has been involved with Civil Defence as a first responder for many years. He’s also a trained medic for Pro Med. Giving back to the Canterbury community in this way is very important to Garry, who’s Christchurch born and raised.

Jarrad Whall

Workshop Manager & Sales

Whall boys have all things mechanical in the blood. Jarrad cut his teeth in service workshops for six years before joining Garry at Turbo Care in 2006. Jarrad’s son, Conrad, is already in love with cars and engines at age five. 

Jarrad has a particular passion for any vehicle with a need for a high-performance turbocharger. He’s had some pretty impressive results with his projects – ranging from race trucks, marathon jet boats, quad bikes to land speed record motorbikes. He loves a new challenge! 

Jarrad’s always keen to talk turbo (which is why you’ll sometimes find him replying on Facebook at 10pm). When he’s not at the workshop, he enjoys trout fishing, hiking, off-road trail biking and of course motorsport.

Jarrad Whall - Workshop Manager and Sales
Jarrad Whall - Workshop Manager and Sales

Jarrad Whall

Workshop Manager & Sales

Whall boys have all things mechanical in the blood. Jarrad cut his teeth in service workshops for six years before joining Garry at Turbo Care in 2006. Jarrad’s son, Conrad, is already in love with cars and engines at age five. 

Jarrad has a particular passion for any vehicle with a need for a high-performance turbocharger. He’s had some pretty impressive results with his projects – ranging from race trucks, marathon jet boats, quad bikes to land speed record motorbikes. He loves a new challenge! 

Jarrad’s always keen to talk turbo (which is why you’ll sometimes find him replying on Facebook at 10pm). When he’s not at the workshop, he enjoys trout fishing, hiking, off-road trail biking and of course motorsport.

Trent Moran - Trainee Turbocharger Technician/Sales

Trent Moran

Turbocharger Sales and Purchasing Officer

Trent used to be the baby of the Turbo Care family, but he’s all grown up now – with a bit of help from of Garry and Jarrad along they way.

Most days you’ll find Trent playing with all the high tech equipment in the workshop. If you’ve got a problem with a turbo, he’ll get to the bottom of it quick. He loves a challenge and is always keen to learn something new.

Next time you’re in, ask Trent where the best fishing spots are. When he’s not at the gym or at work, you’ll find him walking the banks of any lake, river or stream he can find.

Trent’s current project is a 200sx S14 Silvia which is getting a full engine overhaul a Turbocare Turbo and a few other tasteful mods to keep the car clean with a bit more power then standard.

Logan Livingstone

Workshop Junior

We welcomed a new arrival this April! Logan joined our team to take care of all the dirty work that Trent doesn’t want to do!

In all seriousness, Logan’s been a great addition to the team already. He’s got one interest and that’s cars, so he’s definitely come to the right place. Now we’re making sure he knows how to talk turbo!

Logan’s main tasks are keeping the workshop clean and stripping turbos. Next we’ll be teaching him how to rebuild them. He’s also going to be running the DPF machine soon. It’s a lot to learn, but luckily Logan’s got what it takes!

Dan Brosnahan - Turbo Care Technician
Dan Brosnahan - Turbo Care Technician

Judy Whall

Office Manager

Judy’s been a Turbo Care fixture for 35 years. When Garry’s original turbo business started to really take off, Judy rolled up her sleeves and got stuck in… not with the turbos and grease, but making sure sales, accounts and administration were all taken care of.

Judy likes the idea of being the Turbo Care mum, keeping an eye on her boys as any responsible mother does.  She loves a laugh with the team and making Turbo Care a fun, light-hearted place for everyone.

Judy can headbang with the best of them – her eclectic music taste ranges from heavy rock to light opera with many stops along the way. PPE has a new meaning when she starts to sing though… everyone rushes for the earmuffs!

Juliet McCormack

Operations Manager

Juliet wears a lot of hats at Turbo Care: bookkeeper, marketing, H&S and chief wig wrangler, to name a few. She’s been at Turbo Care for four years now and with a background in the construction industry, she knows how to keep the guys in line.

The team keep Juliet in line, too. When she started, Juliet was a Hurricanes supporter. She’s been shown the error of her ways and she’s red and black through and through, now.

One thing that has surprised Juliet, and her friends, is how much she’s loved learning about turbochargers. On the weekends you’ll find her next to the softball diamond in Rolleston spouting facts about turbos between innings.

Trent Moran - Trainee Turbocharger Technician/Sales
Trent Moran - Trainee Turbocharger Technician/Sales

Juliet McCormack 

Office Administration & Accounts

Juliet wears a lot of hats at Turbo Care: bookkeeper, marketing, H&S and chief wig wrangler, to name a few. She’s been at Turbo Care for four years now and with a background in the construction industry, she knows how to keep the guys in line.

The team keep Juliet in line, too. When she started, Juliet was a Hurricanes supporter. She’s been shown the error of her ways and she’s red and black through and through, now.

One thing that has surprised Juliet, and her friends, is how much she’s loved learning about turbochargers. On the weekends you’ll find her next to the softball diamond in Rolleston spouting facts about turbos between innings.