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Isuzu Engines to exhibit at Agquip 2018

Isuzu Engines is primed to showcase its latest range of industrial engines at agricultural field day event, Agquip 2018, 21-23 August in Gunnedah, New South Wales.

Isuzu Engines will be on the ground at Agquip showcasing a representative selection of three, four and six-cylinder engines aimed at irrigation applications.

The event will reportedly host more than 3,000 agricultural and industry related products and services, as distributors, manufacturers and industry experts weigh in on the emerging trends and technologies.

Isuzu Engines Sales Manager, Rod Best, noted the opportunity that field days provide for the team to meet and speak face to face with the end-users and customers.

“The farmers, croppers and graziers know the importance of maximising water use efficiency, particularly in light of the challenging conditions currently facing those working the land in NSW,” said Best.

“We’ve continued to improve our product range and have paid particular attention to the agricultural irrigation sector, where our power units are very well suited. This year we’ve put a lot of emphasis on our locally developed components that enhance the functionality of our product range.

“Our cooling packages can handle over 50 degrees ambient temperatures and are built to perform in extreme conditions, and we have a range of componentry and accessories specifically developed to cater to centre pivot and lateral move irrigation systems.

Isuzu’s industrial engines division has built a strong reputation in the demanding off-highway market with a range of efficient and powerful engines suited to a broad swathe of power and re-power applications,” he said.

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