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Autocare Services announces long-term deal with Isuzu

Autocare Services will continue a longstanding arrangement with Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) it announced today.

Part of the LINX Cargo Care Group since 2016, who completed 100 per cent ownership of the business last May, Autocare Services has secured a long-term deal to build on the 20 years IAL has been a customer of its truck logistics services that provides logistics infrastructure across Australia and New Zealand.

It employees over 4000 staff.

Isuzu Trucks has been an Australian truck market leader for the past 30 years, providing reliable, fit-for-purpose road transport solutions tailored for the local environment.

In a statement Autocare Services said it was proud to be the partner of choice for IAL and looks forward to seeing Isuzu’s success continue long into the future, benefiting the industry and their customers.

LINX Cargo Care Group CEO Anthony Jones said he was proud to continue delivering value for customers.

“We take pride in our high-quality end to end logistics services, delivering storage, processing and transportation services on a national level," he said.

“We are extremely excited to continue our longstanding relationship with Isuzu Trucks, and look forward to delivering our services to this innovative brand,” said Jones.

IAL National Sales Manager, Les Spaltman, echoed the sentiments.

“We are pleased with the continuation of the relationship with Autocare Services. One of the key qualities synonymous with the Isuzu Trucks product is reliability, and our business partners also need to consistently deliver reliability of service," he said.

“This is the Isuzu difference—continually delivering high quality products and services that our customers depend on," said Spaltman.

“Our longstanding business partnership with Autocare services allows us to deliver that quality service every time.”

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