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Iveco reveals International dealer network

Iveco Australia has revealed the first group of dealerships that will oversee the sales, service and parts support for the newly launched International ProStar truck range in Australia.

Initial appointments are all Iveco dealers and authorised Cummins service outlets, including Sydney Iveco, Thomas Bros and Blacklock’s in New South Wales, Brisbane Iveco and Wideland Trucks and Equipment Group in Queensland, Adelaide Iveco in South Australia, Smith Trucks in Victoria, and AV Truck Services in Perth, Western Australia.

According to Iveco, further retail outlets will be appointed in all states of Australia along with Parts and Service-only branches, to provide a broader support network for the International brand.

Iveco Australia Dealer Channel Director, Geoff Buswell, said the company was selective in its appointments to ensure all accredited dealers were qualified to service and support the International brand.

“In re-launching the iconic International brand back into the Australian market, we have been fortunate to have access to our existing Iveco network across Australia,” Buswell said.

“Many of the new dealerships have had a long history with International, having previously sold and serviced the range when it was last available in Australia. In fact many Dealers still offer support for previous generation International products.

“Another benefit of appointing existing Iveco dealers is that they already have a thorough knowledge and understanding of much of the ProStar’s componentry by virtue of several existing Iveco models featuring Cummins, Hendrickson, Eaton and Meritor equipment.

“We are extremely pleased with our initial appointments and we are in the process of adding to these Dealers in the coming days and weeks. We will provide a complete dealer network as representation for all prospective ProStar buyers in metropolitan and rural areas.”

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