Isuzu Truck South Africa now offers genuine OEM parts at competitive prices for customers.
Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) this week celebrated a major milestone when the 30 000th Isuzu truck rolled off the production line at General Motors South Africa's (GMSA) Kempston Road plant.
Isuzu Truck South Africa announces its return as the title sponsor for Port Elizabeth’s highly anticipated four-day mountain bike race, PE PLETT. The ‘Tough One’, as it is widely known, returns to its start origins, and will follow a scenic route all the way to the finish line in Plettenburg Bay, from Thursday, 3rd to Sunday, 6th September 2015.
The Year to Date (YTD) Isuzu Trucks volume has increased by 20% in the same period for 2014, while the truck market has declined by 5%. Isuzu Trucks’ full-year share in 2014 was 12.9%, and this has increased to 13.3%, with April/May figures averaging 15.5% and June demonstrating a 2.2% increase to finish at 17.7%.
Johannesburg, Wednesday, 23 July 2015 – Announcement: Isuzu Truck South Africa today announced the acquisition of Port Elizabeth based KANU Commercial Body Construction (PTY) Ltd and Automotive Chassis Technologies (PTY) Ltd (ACT) in a 100% buyout of each entity, effective from August 2015.
Read the latest version of the Isuzu Truck News by clicking on the link: Winter 2015
South Africa’s transport system has always faced many challenges, amongst which is having adequately safe means of transporting labourers and equipment.
Having come out of an extremely tough 2014, Isuzu Trucks South Africa is geared up to face what is seemingly a more turbulent 2015. This was the overriding sentiment at the annual State of the Business update that was addressed by Chief Operating Officer, Craig Uren, who provided a holistic review of the state of play for the industry and a realistic outlook for the year ahead.
Read the latest edition of Isuzu Truck News by clicking on the link: Summer 2015
"There’s something about Isuzu Truck South Africa – the company, the products and the people – that imparts a “feel good” vibe when dealing with the company."
Road Ahead's Editor Greg Simpson recently visited Isuzu Truck South Africa's Assembly Plant in Port Elizabeth.
Rustenburg – During this year’s Heritage Day (24 September), the team from Westvaal Rustenburg once again proved why they never back down from a challenge! The Westvaal Rustenburg Dealer proxy, Paul Francisco, issued an open challenge to all other Westvaal Branches to do their part in raising awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) by competing in the ice bucket challenge.
Congratulations to Bruce Smith on winning the Isuzu Trucks PEPlett "selfie" competition!
Isuzu Trucks are extremely proud to be title sponsor of PE PLETT.
The annual Nampo Harvest Show took place outside Bothaville from 13 - 16 May 2014. This is a highlight in the agricultural sector with thousands of visitors, both locally and internationally, visiting the show over the four day period.
Given their benchmark-busting sales performance, Isuzu Trucks has successfully dispelled any fears about 13 being an unlucky number, or 2013 being a year for low sales. Rather, last year was one for the company’s record books.
When it comes to the bread-and-butter segment of the South African economy, medium commercial vehicles have traditionally been favoured in urban delivery applications.
Isuzu Truck South Africa is proud to announce that the company is now majority-owned by Isuzu Motors Limited, in a confidence-boosting move which Chief Operating Officer Craig Uren describes as the ‘logical next step’ for the brand as it increasingly plays a leading role in the South African truck market.
The two Isuzu FSR 800 AMT’s entered for the test, were identical vehicles except for the aerodynamic kit fitted to the one unit.