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Isuzu Malaysia recently delivered 141 commercial trucks to City-Link Express (M) Sdn Bhd, including 128 units of the ELF 4-wheeler (NLR77UEE) model, eight units of the ELF 6-wheeler (NPR81UKH) model and five units of the GIGA (GXR) model.
Isuzu Malaysia recently delivered 141 commercial trucks to City-Link Express (M) Sdn Bhd in an official handover ceremony at City-Link Express’ ‘Super Hub’ facility in Bandar Saujana Putra, Selangor. The handover comprised 128 units of the ELF 4-wheeler (NLR77UEE) model, eight units of the ELF 6-wheeler (NPR81UKH) model and five units of the GIGA (GXR) model.
The recent handover is said to be in continuity of the mutual trust and long standing relationship between both companies, since the first fleet deal made in 2011. The latest purchase further strengthens City-Link Express’ fleet of vehicles, in line with plans of branch expansions throughout the country, while providing fast delivery and customer satisfaction.
The handover also saw City-Link Express’ first purchase of the GIGA Prime Mover trucks as part of its growth. These container trucks are targeted for long distance deliveries and long haul usages, in addition to its high rigidity chassis and aerodynamic cabin design. The GIGA truck is said to offer outstanding engine output and torque, ensuring high fuel efficiency, making it an ideal choice for businesses seeking cost-effective transportation.
During the ceremony, Koji Nakamura, Chief Executive Officer of Isuzu Malaysia, expressed his gratitude and appreciation to City-Link Express for its continuous support for Isuzu Malaysia and its range of durable and economical trucks. He is confident that the Isuzu trucks recently delivered would be a vital force for City-Link Express to achieve its long-term business objectives and overall mission.
To commemorate the handover, Nakamura presented a symbolic mock key, a special banner and an F-series miniature toy truck to the founder and Executive Chairman of City-Link Express, Dato’ David Tan. Also in attendance were City-Link Express Chief Executive Officer Ronald Tan and Sales Manager Colin Tan. After the ceremony, guests were brought on a tour of the City-Link facility.
Due to the established partnership of both companies, Isuzu Malaysia would carry out training sessions for the drivers on product knowledge and basic maintenance of the GIGA GXR model. These sessions are expected to provide them with vital knowledge and understanding of the key features of the GXR model, while achieving economical and safe driving.
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