Isuzu Trucks Attends The 2018 AWRE Expo

Isuzu Trucks has wrapped up August with a successful exhibit at the 2018 Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE).

Held at the International Convention Centre Sydney along Darling Harbour, the venue was abuzz with activity as visitors and participants united for the two-day waste management and recycling conference, and the product exhibit.

The conference featured industry influencers in the field of waste management and sustainability, with the spotlight on the latest industry related innovations.

Reliance on construction-related waste collection and disposal has spiked in recent times, due to the rise in the housing and construction market, boosting the role of trucks within the waste management sector.

Isuzu Trucks was pleased to collaborate with waste expert Bingo Industries to showcase the Isuzu FVY 6 x 4 waste truck, which quickly attracted big crowds.

Isuzu Australia Limited’s (IAL) National Sales Manager, Les Spaltman, acknowledged the growing demand for road transport solutions pertaining to waste and recycling applications, and was excited that customers were able to view the model in the flesh.

“Having Bingo’s Isuzu FVY truck at our stand this year was particularly helpful because customers across a diverse range of waste applications could see firsthand just how well suited this piece of equipment is for the task at hand,” Mr Spaltman said.

The robust build on the FVY, coupled with its power rating and gross vehicle mass, makes the truck ideal for waste management applications. The FVY’s payload capacity also makes it great for body builds such as hook lift, tipper and dog, and other material handling and transport setups.

As truck market leaders, IAL’s strong ongoing association with AWRE has created additional significant opportunities for the utilisation of trucks within the waste management industry.

Speaking of the event, Mr Spaltman weighed in on the importance of AWRE that offers Isuzu Trucks the chance for continual improvement of their current services, based on customers’ needs.

“We have been a part of AWRE for a while now, and we love hearing from industry stakeholders.

“As a business approaching 30 consecutive years of truck market leadership in Australia, we have learnt that listening to our customers and incorporating their feedback in our service offerings are imperative for continued brand evolution that better serves our customers,” Mr Spaltman said.

Isuzu Trucks is currently exhibiting at the Australasian Fire Authorities Council’s 2018 conference and exhibition, AFAC18, in Perth from 5 to 8 September 2018.

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