Brisbane-based Eurocold, which builds refrigerated equipment for sale or long-term rental, has taken delivery of its 100th Fuso.
Eurocold CEO Avraam Solomon said the Fuso trucks are a great fit for the Eurocold packages due to their safety, advanced technology and durability.
Fuso models offered through Eurocold include 12- and 14-pallet Shogun heavy trucks as well as 515 Canter light trucks.
“Eurocold works with the best suppliers to ensure our customers have access to the highest quality refrigerated transport solutions,” Solomon said.
“Fuso, Carrier and ISOKIT are all leading suppliers in the industry and this benefits our customers.”
Solomon said the Shogun is an excellent model for use as a large Eurocold refrigerated truck.
“The Shogun is perfect for this application thanks to its full suite of active safety features, its proven reliability and the excellent engine and transmission packages,” he said.
“Customers really do appreciate the strong performance of the Shogun.”
Eurocold views the Canter as a strong base for a compact refrigerated truck.
“The Canter is a good solid truck that is perfect for working in high density urban areas,” Solomon added.
“It is such a user-friendly truck and the active safety features provide a great safety net for our customers.”
Eurocold, which has more than 30 years of research and development experience in the refrigerated transport business, purchased its first Fuso truck through Jon Hamilton at Daimler Trucks Gold Coast in 2020 and was immediately impressed with the quality and customer support.
The Eurocold Shogun package includes high quality signwriting to ensure the truck looks like a customer truck.
Eurocold is the exclusive distributor of ISOKIT Isothermal Solutions temperature controlled bodies and only uses premium carrier fridge technology.
Following the launch of a Western Sydney facility in May this year, Eurocold announced investment plans for the next three years.
A $100 million commitment will see the business expand through a wide range of new markets, including New Zealand.