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Isuzu personnel changes highlight dealer network focus

Isuzu Australia (IAL) has announced two senior management appointments this week.

Bill Holland has accepted the role of Business Planning Manager, while Brett Stewart has been named National Service Manager.

Holland has moved into the role of Business Planning Manager after serving as IAL’s National Service Manager for six years. In his newly-appointed role, he will be responsible for dealer developments and corporate strategy.

IAL Director and Chief Operating Officer, Andrew Harbison, Holland’s appointment as Business Planning Manager is a strategic move to further support the organisation’s growth.

“Bill has been central in supporting our extensive dealer network, and providing the best of care to our customers,” said Harbison.

“We are committed to supporting and developing our dealer network, and I am confident that Bill’s appointment will enable us to go from strength to strength in this area,” he said.

(Image: newly-appointed IAL Business Planning Manager, Bill Holland.)

Stewart, replacing Holland, steps into the role of National Service Manager, having served almost seven years as IAL’s National Service Technical Manager. He reportedly brings a wealth of in-depth technical knowledge to his new position.

“Brett has been consistent and steadfast in his contribution to the organisation,” said Harbison. “He comes to the role with the experience and knowledge needed to continue developing IAL’s service sector and providing support to the dealers.”

Stewart also brings over 25 years of experience in truck maintenance and repairs.

“I’m confident that Brett’s appointment will further bolster dealer support and continue to raise service standards, working towards better servicing of our customers,” said Harbison.

(Image: IAL National Service Manager, Brett Stewart.)

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