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Further Fuso expansion

Further Fuso expansion

NZ Truck & Driver News

 March 2019   
Fuso New Zealand has further expanded its parts and service dealer network, with the addition of Whakatane-based East Coast Heavy Diesel and Machinery (ECHD).

The arrangement extends FUSO's reach within the Bay of Plenty region and builds on what is now a 20-strong network.

The business, established by father and son Glenn and Scotty Hale 10 years ago, will provide a "one-stop service shop" for customers in the area.

The business covers a range of light to heavy-duty vehicles and machinery and prides itself on offering a full range of vehicle services under one roof – something that general manager Robert Gatward says sets it apart from local competition.

"Our business ethos is all about making things as easy as possible for the customer and building strong, long-lasting relationships in the process.

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Fuso New Zealand has further expanded its parts and service dealer network, with the addition of Whakatane-based East Coast Heavy Diesel and Machinery (ECHD).
The arrangement extends FUSO's reach within the Bay of Plenty region and builds on what is now a 20-strong network.
The business, established by father and son Glenn and Scotty Hale 10 years ago, will provide a "one-stop service shop" for customers in the area.
The business covers a range of light to heavy-duty vehicles and machinery and prides itself on offering a full range of vehicle services under one roof – something that general manager Robert Gatward says sets it apart from local competition.
"Our business ethos is all about making things as easy as possible for the customer and building strong, long-lasting relationships in the process.
"We're always looking for ways to work faster, smarter and better, so having access to the excellent training and facilities that FUSO has to offer is a great chance for us to polish up and make improvements in the business."
"We're proud to join the FUSO network and looking forward to building on our existing reputation." 
Fuso NZ managing director Kurtis Andrews says ECHD was identified as a potential FUSO authorised parts and service dealer because of its proven experience and customer service focus.
"We want to partner with businesses that operate on shared values with our own and which have the skills and expertise to back it up.
"Operators in central and eastern Bay of Plenty now have easier access to the best possible service for their FUSO vehicles."  


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