New Service Bodies Australia offerings to debut this week

New N-Series add-ons to debut at Queensland Mining Expo

Service Bodies Australia will launch its ‘mine compliant’ Isuzu NPS 4×4 Ready-to-Work Servicepack at this week’s Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition.

The expo, to be held in Mackay, will attract mining and engineering industry decision makers from across the Sunshine State across two days, starting tomorrow.

And Service Bodies Australia will be on hand to show a couple of their newest offerings.

The NPS 4×4 Ready-to-Work Servicepack is fitted with an optional REA manufactured Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) and Palfinger PC1500 compact crane.

Designed to be an alternative to a light utility (which could be overloaded), Service Bodies Australia say the Isuzu is ideal as a mine site service truck.

Surpassing current OHS regulations, because its built and ready to go there’s no waiting around for your new service vehicle(s) to be kitted out.

Also at the expo will be the Isuzu Servicepack-X.

Available on NLR and the AWD NLS, the Servicepack-X features central lockable storage units with ‘gullwing doors’ that open vertically, making it easier to access tools, parts and equipment.

The door design also offers protection from the weather.

The Servicepack-X also features a rear deck area engineered to fit a range of equipment including generators, high-pressure cleaners, and other plant-type equipment designed to run outside.

“Operator safety and efficiency are at the top of our list when designing our Servicepacks.” – Service Bodies Australia Managing Director JP Shelburn

“After extensive research, design and engineering that has extended with the launch of this ‘mine compliant’ ROPS spec Ready-to-Work vehicle.”

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