Isuzu scoops a treble at the annual SAVRALA Manufacturer of the Year Awards

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26-10-2021

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Isuzu was announced as the overall winner in both the Rental and Leasing categories for the annual SAVRALA MOTY Awards.

The strategic decisions taken by Isuzu Motors South Africa over the past year, and its ability to adapt in a rapidly changing and challenging business environment have paid dividends at the 26th annual Southern African Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (SAVRALA) Manufacturer of the Year 2021 (MOTY) Awards.

At an event held in Johannesburg recently, Isuzu was announced as the overall winner in both the Rental and Leasing categories for the annual SAVRALA MOTY Awards. It was the second consecutive year that Isuzu took these honours. Isuzu also scooped the Value Award for the manufacturer scoring best in the financial section of the Leasing category survey.

“Isuzu is proud of its performance for the 2020/2021 period despite the challenges presented by the pandemic,” said Craig Uren, Senior Vice President Sales, and Marketing, Isuzu Motors South Africa. “This is a direct result of our ability to be agile. Our organisation has worked closely with stakeholders and adapted the way we do business to ensure excellence through the turbulent times our industries have faced.

“We are honoured to accept these awards, and truly appreciate the recognition of Isuzu’s efforts to provide support to our rental and leasing partners. We have had to rethink and reshape how we do business, taking into consideration our goals and understanding our customers’ needs while we adapt to the new normal.”

SAVRALA noted Isuzu’s continued and consistent delivery of good service, which was boosted by the company’s level one B-BBEE score, the best achieved to date by any participating manufacturer.

Isuzu Motors South Africa has been successful in retaining all staff during the pandemic. Through adjusted shifts, four-day work weeks, and salary freeze for management, the organisation did not suffer a single job loss.

Isuzu recently announced it had maintained an automotive industry-leading level one in its Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment audit for a second consecutive year.

PICTURED from left to right: Sandile Ntseoane (SAVRALA General Manager), Lesley Malcolm (CV New Business), Geraldine Pillay (LCV Key Account Manager), Mark Gerber (Manager: Fleet Operations), Corne Venter (SAVRALA President), and Charles Duwo (Gov & Municipal Sales).

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