Since 1960, November has been known as Quality Month in Japan. UD Trucks embraces the month-long occasion as well, promoting awareness and the importance of quality in both Japan and overseas markets.
The range of quality initiatives that UD Trucks promotes are diverse, from improving the reliability of products and services to ways to improve quality in each employee’s work. The ultimate goal of Quality Month is to demonstrate how quality is connected to the company’s Better Life purpose – which is to make life better for people and the planet.
Below is a sampling of videos demonstrating how UD Trucks is going the extra mile to improve quality in its daily operations.
■ UD Trucks Vehicle Engineering quality team shows how they enhance product quality by employing technologies such as virtual reality to detect possible defects before the products ever enter the market.
■ UD Trucks Materials Technology team shows how they investigate the causes of quality issues through material research, evaluating component damage and deterioration by using state-of-the-art technology.
■ UD Trucks Field Vehicle Verification team shows the work they do to make sure our vehicles perform in the harshest of environments - from the “cold tests” in northern Japan to vehicle vibration testing at Ageo headquarters.
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UD Trucks is a leading Japanese commercial vehicle solutions provider, active in more than 60 countries on all continents. Since its inception in 1935, the company has been an innovation leader with a clear vision to provide the trucks and services the world needs today.
The company is committed to go the extra mile for smart logistics with the most dependable solutions for demanding customers. To best support across applications and geographies, UD Trucks offers a full range of heavy-duty trucks - Quon and Quester, medium duty trucks - Condor and Croner, and light-duty trucks - Kazet and Kuzer, as well as associated operational and financial services.
UD Trucks is a proud member of Isuzu Group.