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The HL770-9 has a larger operator cab for improved comfort.

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Durable loader boosts efficiency, cuts noise

The Hyundai HL770-9 wheel loader features a Cummins tier-III QSL engine, said to combine full-authority electronic controls with reliable performance. Read more »
The Komatsu D155AXi-8 is suitable for close finish grading as well as bulk dozing.

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Dozer with intelligent blade technology

The new D155AXi-8 is part of Komatsu Australia’s intelligent dozer range. Read more »
The Liebherr L 586 XPower is the largest in its series.

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Loader offers efficient, robust performance

The L 586 XPower is part of Liebherr’s new series of wheel loaders. Read more »
Ultrahawke unmanned weighbridges eliminate the need to have a trained operator present.

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User-friendly unmanned weighbridge

Ultrahawke is a supplier of unmanned weighbridges that are open to the public. Read more »
The ZX-5 range features an ergonomically designed console and a heated air suspension seat to minimise operator fatigue.

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Excavator range boosts productivity, comfort

Hitachi’s new ZX-5 excavators are designed to maximise performance, operator comfort, efficiency and reliability. Read more »
An excavator with a RESPA cabin pressuriser and filtration unit.

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Filtration system for cabin applications

The RESPA cabin pressuriser and filtration system is ideal for applications that require optimum cabin pressurisation and clean, fresh air. Read more »
Komatsu currently supplies earthmoving equipment to the mining industry but not specific plant and equipment for mining operations.

Komatsu expands into extractives after multi-billion dollar deal

Komatsu is expanding into the extractive equipment industry following an agreement to purchase Joy Global for $USD3.7 billion ($AUD4.9 billion). Read more »
Caterpillar signed a perpetual licence agreement with Seeing Machines for its Driver Safety System product.

Fatigue alert tech earns record revenue

An Australian suppler of a safety technology that scans drivers’ faces to detect tiredness and inattention expects to celebrate record financial results. Read more »


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