Delivery solutions provider, City-Link Express (M) Sdn Bhd, has expanded its delivery fleet with the purchase of 90 units of Isuzu ELF trucks. The 4-wheeler ELF NLR77UEE-2E light duty commercial trucks were recently handed over by Isuzu to City-Link at the newly set-up City-Link Express Warehouse in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
City-Link Express and Isuzu have a long-standing relationship since its first fleet purchase was made in 2011. The latest purchase of Isuzu trucks, the company’s preferred brand, is expected to improve City-Link Express’ service reliability for better customer satisfaction.
The 90 ELF trucks were specifically procured to increase mobilisation at various City-Link Express centres nationwide, including the Cheras Warehouse & Distribution Centre, which offers business clients specialised services of storing goods in a temperature-controlled environment, packing, and delivery.
City-Link Express’ Chief Executive Officer, Ronald Tan was on hand to receive a mock key and memento from Koji Nakamura, Chief Executive Offer of Isuzu Malaysia Sdn Bhd as a commemorative gesture for this occasion. Also present was City-Link Express’ Senior Sales Manager, Colin Tan.
In his speech, Atsunori Murata, Chief Operating Officer of Isuzu Malaysia, took time to convey his sincere gratitude to City-Link Express for the continuous support to Isuzu as its preferred vehicle for business operations. Murata-san hopes that this recent procurement will further enhance City-Link Express’ day-to-day operations.
In preparation for the use of these trucks, Isuzu held product and basic maintenance training sessions in February, for City-Link Express drivers at its central warehouse and operating hub in Saujana Putra. The training sessions was conducted to ensure City-Link Express employees are well-equipped with vital knowledge and understanding of the newly-purchased Isuzu trucks. They were also guided on economical and safe driving techniques.