ISUZU POWER SOLUTIONS: APRIL 2020 NEWS WRAP
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has put many under strain, but businesses and organisations are still working hard to provide essential goods and services, such as in agriculture and the emergency services.
To support these essential industries and services, the Isuzu Power Solutions (IPS) team remains active, making sure that customers get the power solutions they need.
Ongoing IPS operations have incorporated the necessary measures to ensure not only safety, but also continued access to services and products.
This month, we bring you another edition of the Isuzu Power Solutions newsletter, giving you a quick look at what goes on at IPS behind the scenes.
44 years of collaboration: Zenith and Isuzu Power Solution
IPS and Zenith have had a long-standing, 44-year-long working relationship. Over the past four decades and counting, IPS and Zenith have been working together to provide tailored IPS solutions, meeting customer-requested specifications.
From diesel-powered hydraulic equipment used for the cleaning of shells in Darwinian pearl farms through to powering caravans used as break rooms at open-pit mines, the IPS–Zenith collaboration has seen over 7,000 Isuzu diesel engines converted into a multitude of applications for not only the Australian market but the Pacific region and beyond.
Read more here.
Powertorque with Evan Kelly
In this edition, our regular Powertorque feature sees us speak to the man behind the scenes at IPS, Evan Kelly. Evan’s job is to assemble and test every generator set and power unit before they are allowed out the warehouse.
In his line of work as Product Assistant, he works hard with a singular focus—to ensure every IPS unit delivers on the promise of quality. Here, Evan spoke with us about his work and how he came to be at IPS.
Read more here.
Isuzu Australia Limited: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) acknowledges the ongoing development of the COVID-19 situation and advice from the Australian government and health authorities regarding safe work practices and social distancing.
Considering this advice, IAL has decided to implement a remote work policy to assist in efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19. All business operations including sales, service, parts and business support services will continue to be available across IAL and the dealer network.
The health and safety of the Isuzu community remains our top priority, and we have been monitoring the situation closely. We will be providing ongoing updates and will keep our customers and suppliers fully informed of the latest status and any impacts.
For further information from Isuzu Australia Limited, please call our customer care centre: Freecall 1800 035 640.
Read here for more information, and to keep updated on the latest IAL COVID-19 statement.