ISUZU WELL EQUIPPED FOR AGQUIP

From August 22-24, Isuzu Engines will join over 3,000 companies and 100,000 visitors from Australia and overseas when they congregate at AgQuip 2017, one of the largest agricultural events on the globe.

From August 22-24, Isuzu Engines will join over 3,000 companies and up to 100,000 visitors from Australia and overseas when they congregate at AgQuip 2017, one of the largest agricultural events on the globe.

AgQuip has been running since 1973 and is held in Gunnedah, situated on the beautiful and fertile Liverpool Plains of north-eastern New South Wales.

Usually renowned for its rich soil and high-quality food production, the area is temporarily transformed each year from a modestly populated area to a bustling centre of agricultural technology.

Isuzu Engines will be on hand again this year, showcasing their extensive range of specialised off-highway engines.

Isuzu Engines’ Sales Manager at Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL), Rod Best, understands how crucial it is to take advantage of these opportunities to engage with customers directly.

“We’re thrilled to be returning to AgQuip after such positive engagement and interaction last year,” Mr Best said.

“Efficiency and productivity are key to the agricultural sector, so we’ll be there to assist by showing what capacities and applications our engines have.”

Isuzu Engines continually test and refine their product to meet the demands of the market place.

“On display this year will be a broad range of products,” Mr Best said, “and of course we’ll have experts there to run through application, usage and to answer any questions.”

A mix of two, three, four and six-cylinder models will be onsite for attendees to inspect, and experienced off-highway engine experts will be available to field any queries around application and to make sure people are getting the right advice.

“Understanding the customer’s requirements is vital so that we can match the right engine to the right job,” Mr Best said.

“Our AgQuip stand will showcase a selection of mechanical fuel injected power units, in various configurations, to help customers choose the power unit that best suits their specific needs.”

The Isuzu Engines on display at AgQuip 2017 will be:

 2CA1 Radiator Cooled  2CA1 Heat Exchanged
 3CA1 Radiator Cooled  6BG1QW Radiator Cooled
 4LE1 Radiator Cooled  4LE2 Heat Exchanged
 4BG1 Radiator Cooled  4JG1 Radiator Cooled

For further information see www.isuzuengines.com.au or AgQuip

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