Isuzu News July 2018
With a number of shows, events and exhibitions underway across the country, its been a busy couple of months for Isuzu Trucks.
We take a look at all the goings on including an executive team change at Isuzu’s new head office in Melbourne
Isuzu meets shifting landscape
Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) has changed the makeup of its executive structure as of July 3rd, 2018.
Under the new configuration, current Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Ms Hiroko Yaguchi, will become Managing Director.
Yaguchi san has considerable and broad Isuzu expertise and has led IAL since June 1st, 2017, already demonstrating a significant contribution to the organisation’s future direction and strategic positioning.
Also shifting roles will be current Director and Chief Operating Officer, Phil Taylor, who will assume the new mantle of Director and Chief Executive Officer.
Finally, current IAL Director, Sales and Marketing, Andrew Harbison, will take on Mr Taylor’s previous role as Director and Chief Operating Officer.
Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo
Isuzu Trucks has announced its participation and support at the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) which will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney on 29 and 30 August 2018.
Following the successful 2017 show in Melbourne, the expo returns to Sydney this year to offer effective and sustainable waste management and recycling solutions for Australian industry.
Featured on the Isuzu stand in the ‘AWRE-SOME’ product showcase this year will be an FXY 1500 (FXY 240-350 6×4) dual control side-loader developed by waste equipment experts, Superior-PAK.
Australasian Fire and Emergency Services Expo
For many parts of Australia, the moment winter loosens its grip, bushfire season begins almost immediately.
Over 2,500 emergency management professionals are set to descend on this year’s Australasian Fire and Emergency Services Authority Council conference, AFAC18, as the three-day show, held between September 5-8, returns to Perth.
Isuzu’s Truck and Engines departments will make an impact with many of the exhibitors, showcasing the latest product developments for this important civil sector.
Isuzu’s National Sales Manager, Les Spaltman, said he was excited at Isuzu’s continued involvement with Australian fire services, and that AFAC was a very important event for Isuzu.
“Isuzu supplies trucks and also our diesel power solutions to every state and territory’s fire services and that’s something we’re extremely proud of.” Mr Spaltman said.
“AFAC returns to Perth this year, and as always, we’re looking forward to connecting with our friends in the emergency services sector again in 2018.”