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Research indicates that OEMs should increase their focus on aftermarket service. Image courtesy of Sandvik.

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Operators endorse OEM aftermarket service

An industry report about the value of manufacturer support to Australian miners may have implications for quarrying, with some local equipment suppliers already taking action to improve customer service. Read more »
TWS and MWS will unveil a newly-installed Aggresand wash plant at open days in Dubbo at the end of July.

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Australia to host official launch of washing plant

Australia has been selected by an internationally renowned sand plant supplier to host the first of several global open days to promote its wash plant – starting from next week. Read more »
About 450 leading suppliers, manufacturers and contractors, plus 17,559 total trade visitors attended Hillhead 2014.

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Aussie suppliers benefit from Hillhead 2014

Australians were amongst the many suppliers who recently came away from the biennial Hillhead trade show with additional knowledge, strengthened business relationships, and new leads. Read more »
The Construction Climate Challenge hosted by Volvo CE is a global initiative that promotes sustainability in the construction industry.

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Applications open for construction sustainability research

Industry members that are passionate about sustainability may be interested in $AUD78,536 of funding that is being offered for environmental research. Read more »
The KOMTRAX app allows users to access information on Komatsu machinery through a satellite monitoring system.

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Smartphone app for managing machinery

An earthmoving equipment supplier has released an app that allows its customers to monitor and manage its machinery from their smartphones. Read more »
Sequel's acquisition of Impact will enhance the businesses' existing services and flexibility.

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Drill and blast partnership to offer more to quarries

Two drill and blast companies have combined their resources to enhance their service offering to the quarrying industry. Read more »
Keech 3D’s new facility will offer cheap, high quality quarry products in less time.

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3D printing facility could drive quarry innovation

A local manufacturing company has opened what could be Australia’s first commercially available large format 3D printer, offering the quarry industry cheaper and higher quality products in less time. Read more »


 


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