Supplied by dealer Aquila Truck Services with a five-year R&M contract, the new additions have been specified with a mix of flatbed tilt and slide and twin-deck Dyson recovery bodies.
The Oxfordshire-based operator placed its first order with Isuzu three years ago, and the marque now accounts for 60% of the fleet.
“When we first tendered for new 7.5-tonne vehicles back in 2015, we needed a truck that gave us maximum payload at that gvw as well as being supported by a proven experienced national service backup,” says Gerald Barham, NCRC’s health and safety business partner.
“Since making the decision to switch to Isuzu, we have had no real issues with them at all to be honest, and the customer support that we have received from Isuzu, and their dealers, is absolutely excellent.”
Each new vehicle is expected to cover 50,000 miles per annum, operating within a 50-mile radius of its allocated repair centre.