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A Rocktec tertiary screening plant assembled at Southern Quarries’ Sellicks site in 2010.

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Rocktec now under the Southern Cross

New Zealand-based quarrying and mining engineering company Rocktec, based in Matamata on NZ’s North Island, has been sold to Christchurch's Southern Cross Engineering Group (SCE). Read more »
The new LiuGong E series excavator boosts operating efficiency by five per cent, while reducing fuel consumption by eight per cent, over its D series counterpart.

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New E series crawler excavator

The LiuGong 922E is the next generation crawler excavator with additional power, control and operating efficiencies. Read more »
Effective January 2013, Hyundai Construction Equipment Australia is managing the distribution of its products in WA.

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Dealer leaves the west to Hyundai

Hyundai Construction Equipment Australia (HCEA) has taken charge of distribution of its products in West Australia now that its traditional dealer Earthwest has closed its doors. Read more »
Orica is proposing to build an ammonium nitrate emulsion storage facility in central Queensland.

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Explosives supplier wants second Queensland plant

Explosives giant Orica is proposing to build a new plant in central Queensland that will store, distribute and blend ammonium nitrate emulsion and store and distribute ammonium nitrate.

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ESCO has closed its 110 year old Northgate foundry, citing that it was no longer economical to operate.

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Wearparts manufacturer closes historic foundry

Almost 70 workers at a Brisbane foundry have returned to work from the Christmas break to learn that their jobs were lost and the foundry would be closed forthwith. Read more »
Coastwide Civil director Gary Rogers (right) has ordered a Nirox CRG 504 customised trommel from Minroc director Wayne Stafford.

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Dubai expertise to aid in harbour development

A customised rotary trommel will bring a taste of the exotic Middle East to the Shell Cove boat harbour development on the New South Wales south coast.

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