The Chevrolet N300 Pickup will be used by NGOs throughout the world.

The Chevrolet N300 Pickup will be used by NGOs throughout the world.

As part of its ongoing support for humanitarian work in emerging markets, General Motors (GM) announced that it will offer two new specialized products to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to assist them in carrying out their projects.

The Isuzu DMAX and Chevrolet N300 Pickup are the latest additions to GM’s line-up for its International Operations’ Aid & Development Program. The Isuzu DMAX will be sold exclusively in Africa, while the Chevrolet N300 will also be sold in other emerging markets around the world.

International Fleet Sales (IFS), GM’s dealer for the export of specialized products since 1999, will distribute the vehicles and provide aftersales support for NGOs and other customers in the aid and development sector, according to the automaker.

GM launched its Aid & Development Program in October 2012 at AidEx, the Global Humanitarian & Development Aid Event, where it offered the Chevrolet Trailblazer SUV and Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup for NGOs.

IFS signed a five-year agreement in October to distribute the vehicles and provide aftersales support.

Both the Isuzu DMAX and Chevrolet N300 are robust vehicles well suited for challenging off-road driving and the weather conditions faced by users in emerging markets, according to GM.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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