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Australia takes bronze at global Isuzu tech event

Podium position: Jake Quick (left) and Drew Murden (right) with coach Brenton Cook at the presentation ceremony in Japan.

Isuzu Australia team takes third place in 12th annual World Technical Competition

Isuzu logo10 Nov 2017

By TERRY MARTIN

- Isuzu technicians Jake Quick from Ballarat Isuzu in Victoria and Drew Murden from Peel Valley Isuzu in Tamworth, New South Wales, have won a bronze medal at the Japanese truck manufacturer’s 2017 World Technical Competition.

- Held at the company’s Fujisawa service training centre in Japan this month, the 12th annual competition – which is also known as the ‘I-1 Grand Prix’ – brought together about 80 mechanics from 27 countries, split between two categories – those markets selling vehicles with emissions levels above the Euro 4 standard (eight countries, including Australia) and the remainder covering vehicles below that grade.

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