Isuzu Engines’ stand will showcase an array of off-highway engines in models from two to six cylinders suitable for a variety of applications.
Isuzu Engines’ Sales Manager, Rod Best, enjoyed the 2016 event and is keen to engage once more with the attendees.
“Australian National Field Days is one of the great events on the agricultural calendar and we are really looking forward to being part of it again in 2017,” Mr Best said.
Established in 1952, the Australian National Field Days is the oldest agricultural exhibition in the nation. The event will be held from October 26-28 in Borenore, 14 kilometres west of Orange in central western New South Wales, and Isuzu Engines will be a part of it once again.
Over 600 exhibitors from across the agricultural industry will descend upon the town – usually famous for its fossils and 110-metre long cave tunnel – to display their products.
There will be an assortment of things to look at – from bareback riding, to wood chopping, to pruning tips, to a fashion parade.
But at front of mind for Isuzu will be engines. “Improving productivity and efficiency are important factors in the agricultural sector, as is reliability,” Mr Best said.
“We will be displaying our range of off-highway engines and how they can contribute in that regard.”
Isuzu’s range of off-highway engines has proven to be very popular, but there’s no resting on their laurels. Isuzu Engines has an ongoing process of testing and refining its product in order to deliver high-value offerings to the market.
A mix of engines – ranging between two, three, four and six-cylinder models – will be on display at Australian National Field Days, with off-highway engine experts in attendance to answer questions and make sure people are getting the correct information.
“Our stand will display a raft of mechanical fuel injected power units, in various configurations, so that customers can choose the power unit that best suits their specific needs,” Mr Best said.
“Isuzu Engines has a number of off-highway engines suitable for a range of applications. And of course our staff will be on hand to run through each engine, its best application and to answer any queries they might have so that we can match the right engine to the right job.”