Isuzu commercial vehicle dealers can now select Impco Technologies as a ship-through option for customers looking to convert or modify gasoline-powered NPR-HD (14,500 lb. GVWR) trucks. The new option will send Isuzu trucks built at the Charlotte, MI, plant directly to Impco's OEM Automotive conversion facility in Union City, IN, for CNG system installation. This will speed the modification process for dealers and fleet managers, Impco said.
“Impco is excited to be part of this new process,” said Matthew Beale, head of Impco operations. “The emission reductions and reduced cost per mile on operations that can be achieved by fleet vehicles is tremendous and Impco is proud to offer our services to Isuzu dealers.”
“Isuzu’s new ship-through program will enable Isuzu customers to have Impco’s high-quality, CNG system installed on the popular Isuzu NPR HD chassis near the vehicle’s assembly plant as a ship-through option ordered from any Isuzu dealership nationwide,” said Jay Sandler, Impco automotive director of sales.
The NPR HD chassis can be equipped with a number of body types, including box trucks, landscaper bodies, and more.