Isuzu Australia has opened a new 5,000 square metre warehouse facility in Brisbane that is says will provide its customers better parts requirement services.
The new facility is said to become the company’s Oceaniaparts hubs, servicing the South Pacific region as well as the expanding PapuaNew Guinea market.
The new Brisbane site houses the offices of IAL’s Queenslandregional zone managers, a large training facility and other amenities as partof the complex.
IAL director – IT, Engine & Parts Operations, Peter Rutkis, said the newfacility was already providing benefits.
“Parts delivery times have been cut substantially since the facility hasopened,” Rutkis said.
“Brisbane Airport offers a daily air service to Papua New Guinea and is ideallysituated to service other locations in the South Pacific so it made sound businesssense to develop a site in Brisbane.
“We are meeting the high parts demand in Queensland and the South Pacificwith ease.
“We will continue to further enhance our parts delivery processes and lookforward to meeting our customers’ parts needs well into the future with thisnew facility.”