Reading Truck Body LLC announced the debut of the Isuzu NPR ECO-MAX with Tool-Pro body.
Attendees at the 2015 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis will get a first look at the new truck chassis and body. Reading Truck Body (booth 3259) will display the completely upfitted chassis with the Tool-Pro body, and Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. (booth 4647) will feature the bare NPR ECO-MAX chassis.
“The market is asking for durable solutions that maximize both driver productivity and fuel efficiency, all while offering the best return on investment,” said Craig Bonham, Vice President of Business Development at Reading Truck Body. “The Tool-Pro body paired with the Isuzu NPR ECO-MAX provides exactly that. It’s been a great experience working with the Isuzu team, and we look forward to a successful partnership.”
Designed specifically for the Isuzu NPR ECO-MAX to maximize driver productivity for years to come, the Tool-Pro body from Reading Truck Body has plenty of room to store a wide variety of equipment. It comes with all the standard features of a Reading premium aluminum body including reinforced understructure, hidden hinge technology, rear access doors, Dual-Pro door seals, galvanized shelving, LED lighting and nitrogen strut door, along with Reading’s exclusive E-Coat primer and powder coat finish. Lightweight and corrosion resistant, the aluminum truck body delivers up to 50 percent weight savings over comparable steel bodies, yielding up to 10 percent in fuel savings.
The NPR ECO-MAX with Tool-Pro body will initially be available exclusively through Isuzu authorized dealers for an introductory period. Shortly after, the Tool-Pro will also be available from any authorized Reading Truck Body distributor.
“All of us here at Isuzu Commercial Truck are extremely excited to have this opportunity to work with Reading Truck Body to offer contractors and similar vocations a lightweight, durable, aluminum body to maximize the productivity at the job site,” says Shaun Skinner, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.