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Isuzu Trucks firms August sales figures but cautions of future headwinds

By: Natalie Greve     3rd September 2015 While the total sales of medium commercial vehicles in South Africa in August were hard hit by lingering economic drags, narrowing 6.3% year-on-year, Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) managed a modest uptick in its share of the truck market for the month, securing 15.5% of the market through the... 

South Africa’s truck market growth cycle coming to an end, Isuzu warns

By: Irma Venter     14th August 2015 The South Africa truck market may end the year at around 29 000 units, 5% to 7% down on last year’s numbers, says Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) COO Craig Uren. Around 31 500 trucks were sold locally in 2014. 

2015 truck market taking on dismal hue, warns Isuzu Trucks COO

By: Irma Venter     27th July 2015 The South Africa truck market may end the year at around 29 000 units, 5% to 7% down on last year’s numbers, says Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) COO Craig Uren. Around 31 500 trucks were sold locally in 2014. 

Economy to determine truck market outlook

By: Irma Venter     6th February 2015 The domestic new truck market should end 2015 at between 31 000 and 33 000 units, says Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) COO Craig Uren. The market will only be able to exceed 31 000 units if “something significant happens”, such as large infrastructure or capital investments in South Africa, he... 

Truck sales to tread water as economic growth stalls

By: Irma Venter     23rd January 2015 The domestic new truck market should end 2015 at between 31 000 and 33 000 units, says Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) COO Craig Uren. The market will only be able to exceed 31 000 units if “something significant happens”, such as large infrastructure or capital investments in South Africa, he... 

Govt’s proposed heavy vehicle incentive scheme to have little impact on Isuzu – COO

By: Natalie Greve     16th September 2014 Government’s proposed Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicle Automotive Investment Scheme (MHCV-AIS) is unlikely to have any real impact on Isuzu Trucks South Africa’s automotive assembly business, as the monetary benefits of the incentive would be too insignificant to make a real difference to the... 

ITSA extols ‘record’ sales in 2013, looks for further growth in 2014

By: Natalie Greve     16th January 2014 In a buoyant market driven by supply, Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) saw its strongest year to date in 2013, posting sales of over 4 000 trucks for the 12 months, as consumers looked for cost savings through the replacement of older heavy-haul vehicles with newer, more reliable models, CEO... 

Isuzu consolidates truck assembly at PE plant

By: Irma Venter     29th November 2013 Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) spent the last six to eight months overhaulings its production line at General Motors South Africa’s (GMSA’s) Kempston Road plant, in Port Elizabeth. Chief operating officer Craig Uren says this move consolidated the truck assembler’s previous scattered operations... 

Isuzu Trucks sees major production, sales jump in 2013

By: Irma Venter     6th November 2013 Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) spent the last six to eight months overhaulings its production line at General Motors South Africa’s (GMSA’s) Kempston Road plant, in Port Elizabeth. COO Craig Uren says this move consolidated the truck assembler’s previous scattered operations under one roof,... 

SA unit of Japanese truck group puts earthquake disruptions behind it

By: Irma Venter     31st August 2012 Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) has recovered from the effects of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last year, causing havoc with global truck supply chains. 

Isuzu Trucks, back on track after tsunami, notches up 17% growth

By: Irma Venter     7th August 2012 Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) had recovered completely from the effects of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last year, causing havoc with global truck supply chains. ITSA lost around 400 unit sales in 2011 owing to the natural disaster. 

Isuzu overhauls South African truck assembly strategy

By: Irma Venter     11th May 2012 By 2014, Isuzu Trucks South Africa (Itsa) will have made “significant changes” to the way it assembles trucks locally, says COO Craig Uren. 

Isuzu Trucks mulls new assembly options

By: Irma Venter     2nd May 2012 By 2014, Isuzu Trucks South Africa (Itsa) will have made “significant changes” to the way it assembles trucks locally, says COO Craig Uren. “We have done a lot of work on how to roll out a cost-effective solution to our manufacturing future in Port Elizabeth.” General Motors South Africa (GMSA)... 

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