Kaszbuilt Constructions recently purchased an Isuzu NPR 45-155 Tipper to support the growing business, which specialises in waterfront homes and weatherboard houses in the Sutherland Shire in New South Wales. The company started seven years ago when Director Ben Kasznik left a previous partnership and decided to strike out on his own. Moving from small jobs to now working with four full-time employees and regular six-figure jobs, he needed to add a truck to stop paying $40,000 per year on skip bins and settled on the Isuzu Tipper.
About The NPR 45-155 Tipper
The new NPR 45-155 Tipper has an all-steel body with a volume of 2.3 cubic metres (81 cubic feet), drop sides, an auto-release tailgate, and an auto-release body lockdown hook. It also has a shovel rack and rope rails on both sides to help secure items. The 4.5-tonne (5-U.S.-ton) GVM Tipper can be driven on a standard car licence which reduces Kaszbuilt’s need for third-party contractors.
The truck has a few custom features, as well. Kasznik added an aluminium toolbox between the cab and body, H-bar racks for long materials, and a rollout canopy covering the entire tipper tray. He also opted for tinted windows and electric blue and black Kaszbuilt signage.
Versatility & Convenience
“We can do rubbish removal, deliveries, pickups, everything with the Tipper, we’re no longer dependent on other people or other companies to get things done,” Kasznik says. “On my last few jobs, I’ve loaded the truck, driven it straight up the road to the tip and brought it back on site within half an hour, instead of coordinating skip bins and waiting a day or two for those to be filled and emptied.
“This Tipper is just making our life easier at work,” he continues. “Our workload has even ramped up since we’ve had it because we’re saving time."