Isuzu ready to engage

Isuzu Engines will be on display at AgQuip site G/03 will be a range of products with radiator and heat exchange options. Pictured above is the display from AgFest 2017, held earlier this year in Tasmania.
Isuzu Engines will be on display at AgQuip site G/03 will be a range of products with radiator and heat exchange options. Pictured above is the display from AgFest 2017, held earlier this year in Tasmania.

Isuzu Engines sales manager Rod Best said the Isuzu Engines department was excited to join more than 3000 companies and 100,000 visitors from Australia and overseas at AgQuip 2017.

Isuzu Engines will use the event to showcase their extensive range of specialised off-highway engines.

Mr Best said Isuzu Engines department recognised how crucial it was to take advantage of opportunities like AgQuip, where the brand gets an opportunity 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 will be using AgQuip 2017 as an opportunity to demonstrate the capacities of our engines.

“We will also discuss the applications they are best suited for.” 

He said Isuzu Engines continually tests and refines their product to meet the demands of the market place.

On display alongside the engines at AgQuip 2017 will be something else Isuzu invests in – their people.

“On display this year will be a broad range of products,” Mr Best said.

“We will also 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 visitors to inspect.

Isuzu’s off-highway engine experts will field any queries and discuss the product offering.

“When it comes to farming, or any business for that matter, it’s imperative to make sure the customer has the right product for the right application,” Mr Best said.

“That’s why Isuzu staff will use AgQuip as an opportunity to talk to our nation’s primary producers.

“We want to get a deeper understanding of their needs.  

“That process is vital so we can make sure we’re matching the right engine to the right job.

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

On display at site G/03 will be a range of products with radiator and heat exchange options.