CONGRATULATION ON THE 70.000TH VEHICLE OF ISUZU VIETNAM

On August 16, 2019, Isuzu Vietnam Co., Ltd held a celebration to welcome the 70,000th vehicle. This event was a milestone to mark the development of Isuzu in Vietnam as well as a testament to the trust and using of customers throughout the past over 20 years.

All Board of Directors and employees attended the event. Stated at the event, the General Director of Isuzu Vietnam, Mr Hidekazu Noto said: “Although the market is always change with many challenges, but this is the opportunity for Isuzu Vietnam to develop and become the leading truck brand in Vietnam, as to be proved by providing 70,000 vehicles to the market for the past over 20 years. I would like to thank the efforts and contributions of all employess in assembling 70.000 vehicles. Besides, I also thank you all customers who have always trust and accompany with Isuzu Vietnam. We will constantly strive to bring you the best quality products. ”

Mr. Hidekazu Noto – General Director of Isuzu Vietnam gave thank you speech to all employees and customers

The 70,000th vehicle is a QKRH model which has passed the assembling processes of BODY, PAINT, TRIM, and CHASSIS and strictly checked by the Quality Control Department (QC) based on Isuzu global standards to produce high quality, functional and durable products to customers.

The 70,000th vehicle is a QKRH model which has passed the assembling processes and strictly checked based on Isuzu global standards

All employees celebrated the 70,000th unit production

Isuzu Vietnam factory was established on October 19, 1995, with the main activities of importing, assembling and distributing Isuzu commercial vehicles and light commercial vehicles – the leading brand in the world of commercial vehicles and diesel engines.

Over 20 years of importing, assembling and trading activities, along with the continuous efforts of all employees, Isuzu has become a leading commercial vehicle brand in Vietnam market with advantages such as high quality, fuel economy, durability and environmental friendliness.

 

 

9 October, 2019