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TRUCKPOWER MAY 2020 NEWS WRAP

The government’s three-step roadmap for easing COVID-19 restrictions is heartening news for the road transport and broader community, and the May edition of Truckpower is full of good news too—with stories of businesses working hard during the pandemic with a view towards a successful recovery.

But before we get into the thick of it, we bring you an update from Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) headquarters.

Isuzu Australia Limited update

With movement restrictions now starting to lift across the country, IAL acknowledges the continuing demands on the road transport industry.

In helping support the industry, IAL is committed to maintaining the continuity of parts and componentry supply to ensure Australian road transport operators are kept moving and operational.

IAL Director and Chief Operating Officer, Andrew Harbison, previously emphasised the importance of a unified industry approach to maintain healthy availability of parts, componentry, sales and aftersales support as the nation moves towards recovery mode.

“As the market-leading OEM, Isuzu plays a critical role in ensuring various essential industries preserve smooth and uninterrupted operations, such as in infrastructure and freight,” he said.

Isuzu Trucks continues to work hard towards helping maintain Australia’s diverse, truck-reliant supply chains.

Read more here.

Ready-to-Work Takeaway Truck campaign

Australian businesses have welcomed the federal government’s recent suite of stimulus support, including initiatives such as the tax-free cashflow boost for employersapprentice wage subsidiesboosted instant asset write-off and accelerated depreciation measures, amongst others.

For road transport businesses, or those relying on trucks and other capital equipment, these measures give employers the chance to not only remain operational, but also bolster assets in preparation for recovery.

With all of this in mind, there has never been a better time to invest in an Isuzu.

There’s still time to take advantage of Isuzu Trucks’ continuing Takeaway Truck campaign, which offers competitive savings across the ever-reliable Ready-to-Work range until 30 June 2020.

Headlining the campaign is the NLR 45-150 AMT Traypack, which is now priced extremely well at $45,990* driveaway.

*For terms and conditions, see here.

Read more on the product range and promotion here.

Further apart, closer together

Mr Harbison, recently highlighted the critical role of road transport in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

In reference to the pandemic, he makes the salient point that while dealing with vital, on-the-ground issues, there is also real potential to build stronger and more resilient foundations for the future.

In light of recent announcements around the easing of restrictions, his call for industry collaboration to achieve positive long-term outcomes has been well received.

Read his full article here.

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