Cladding specialist opts for Isuzu Tradepack

Adelaide-based cladding business, Trimad, has added a customised Isuzu NPR 200 Tradepack to its fleet.

Run by Scott Taylor and Steve Baldwin, Trimad is specialised in the supply and installation of architectural cladding and signage and purchased the new Tradepack to travel and carry tools and materials to worksites.

The new truck was customised to perfectly suit the business’s needs, according to Mr Taylor. “We knew exactly how we wanted the truck set up and that’s why we opted for the Tradepack again,” he said – revealing that Trimad had already purchased a similar vehicle in 2009.

“Back then, we liked the wide cab and big mirrors and doors that Isuzu offered, and thought the Tradepack had a great set up. We also liked that the Tradepack came with bars. We use the bars to carry 6.5 metre lengths of material.

After purchasing the new Tradepack, Trimad engaged a metal fabricator to build customised boxes to fit underneath the truck to store tools

“We use the Tradepacks to carry large signs, scaffold, tools, digging gear, a battery charger, a generator for welding and grinding, and a water tank which can hold up to 100 litres of water. We have also added a storage compartment under the tray.”

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