Following negotiations with Isuzu which started in February, dairy producer Dairy Day recently took delivery of a refrigerated fleet of 50 trucks. The deal involved the trade-in of 45 trucks, with WesBank supplying the finance.

The new fleet’s cargo bodies have been designed to last two economic cycles of four years each, with the original body being transferred to a new Isuzu truck chassis after four years. Dairy Day’s CEO, Paul Marshall, says the investment is aimed at reducing and ring-fencing distribution costs.