Ready-To-Work Tradepacks An Easy Choice For Independent Cranes

Melbourne company, Independent Cranes, has been specialising in mobile crane hire and heavy haulage for the past 25 years, and while the heavy lifting is left to the large machinery, it's important the cranes have help in getting to the job site.

To assist the company's heavy haulage division, Independent Cranes has recently taken delivery of two Isuzu Tradepack models, an NPR 200 and an NPR 275.

According to Independent Cranes General Manager, Darren Stevens, the two new trucks serve a variety of purposes.

"The Tradepacks are put to use escorting cranes and over-dimensional loads around Victoria. They also help the cranes cart chains and other heavy duty equipment," Mr Stevens said.

With the NPR 200 and NPR 275 offering Gross Vehicle Masses (GVM) of 4,500 kilograms and 5,500 kilograms respectively, carrying the weight of heavy loads is not a struggle.

Mr Stevens said the decision to purchase the Isuzu Tradepacks was prompted by his prior experience with the brand and the convenience of a 'ready-to-work' body.

"We are very happy with the performance of the older two Isuzu trucks in our fleet and we purchased the new Tradepacks with bodies already fitted, so the convenience factor was there."

Isuzu Tradepacks models incorporate secure storage compartments with a regular tray and models provide far more load space and practicality than a traditional ute.

"The Isuzu NPR 200 and 275 Tradepacks offer more than enough power for our applications, and all of my workers can drive the NPR 200 with a car licence, which provides flexibility.

"Some of the best features of the Isuzu Tradepacks are their low maintenance costs and extremely good tyre wear.

"The reliability and versatility of the Isuzu Tradepack places the trucks second to none in the light duty market.

"Based on the performance of the two new trucks I would definitely consider adding further Isuzu Tradepacks to the Independent Cranes fleet," Mr Stevens said.

See more about Isuzu Trucks in Australia, at http://www.isuzu.com.au/.

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