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JRM celebrates build partnership with Arctic Trucks as 100th unit rolls off the production line

4th April 2017

The 100th Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 has rolled off the production line at advanced technology company, JRM, through a partnership which sees JRM undertake the build of Isuzu D-Max pick-up trucks to Arctic Trucks’ specifications.

JRM team with the 100th Arctic Truck

The Arctic Trucks specifications enhance the vehicle capability and road presence with increased ground clearance meaning the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 can handle the toughest of terrain.  The full package includes front and rear wheel arch flare extensions, re-engineered inner and outer wheel arches, extended profile purpose-built side steps, 315/70/17 tyres with Arctic Trucks 17’’x10’’alloy wheels, Arctic Trucks specified Fox Performance series suspension, Arctic Trucks mud flaps and chrome badge and decal set.

JRM technicians carry out the build at its base in Daventry, Northamptonshire and the 100th truck marks a milestone in the build partnership with Arctic Trucks which began in June 2016.  Speaking about the project, JRM managing director Jason King said: “The contract with Arctic Trucks demonstrates JRM’s production-line capabilities and showcases its ability to meet time-critical programmes while maintaining the exacting specifications required by the client.”

Patrik von Sydow, CEO of Arctic Trucks International commented: “The agreement we have with JRM has enabled both companies to team up across key engineering processes to obtain full UK COP status and a vehicle that is VCA homologated, fulfilling all the criteria of a discerning Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).”