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Isuzu technicians recognised in global competition

Technicians from Isuzu Australia Limited’s (IAL) Dealer Network have won bronze at the annual Isuzu World Technical Competition in Japan.

The team consisted of Jake Quick from Ballarat Isuzu and Drew Murden from Peel Valley Isuzu, coached by IAL’s Queensland Service Technical Manager, Brenton Cook.

The event saw the best Isuzu Truck service technicians in the world challenged in every aspect of their work, from vehicle inspection and systems management diagnostics, to repair tests and mechanical measuring.

IAL National Training Manager, David Smith, commended the team for the podium placement, shared with Japan in first place the US team in second place.

“This year, the ante was upped in terms of the level of competition at the Grand Prix, so it’s excellent to see the Australian Isuzu Trucks team finish third and bring home the bronze,” Smith said.

“Everyone within Isuzu Australia would like to offer their congratulations to Jake, Drew and Brenton. The trio were excellent representatives of Isuzu Australia and performed fantastically in what was a pressure-cooker situation.”

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