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The Xcentric Ripper eliminates the need for daily maintenance and lubrication.

Attachments
Alternative quarry excavation solution

The Xcentric Ripper excavator attachment offers an almost maintenance-free way to improve quarry productivity. Read more »
While globally US construction equipment exports declined, exports to Australia increased by 2.5 per cent. Image courtesy: AEM.

News
Australia bucks US equipment export decline

As US construction equipment exports declined almost 20 per cent globally last year, Australia continued to prove a strong market for American machines. Read more »
Whether in rehandling or load and carry applications, operator skill has a big impact on an operator’s bottom line.

Education
Operator performance drives the bottom line

The training and implementation of best practices among load and haul operators can offer real cost-reduction strategies for a quarry operation’s mobile fleet. David B Nus explains why. Read more »

Load & Haul
Excavator rolls into the australian market

Japanese earthmoving manufacturer Sumitomo’s next generation, 48-tonne SH480LHD-6 excavator is set to roll into showrooms in Australia in April. Read more »
According to WesTrac’s Wayne Tyson, Cat machines, power trains and major components are all “built to be rebuilt”.

Load & Haul
Aggregate producer takes full advantage of redesign service

Certified rebuilds are a cost-effective way to ensure a full service life from earthmoving machines and major components for a fraction of the cost of buying new plant and equipment. When Boral’s Marulan South Limestone Mine realised the true value for money represented by a certified rebuild over a replacement machine, the decision was as good as made. Read more »
The Stage IIIB/Tier 4i compliant Liebherr R 936 crawler excavator is the latest investment for New Zealand quarry operator McRobbie Dowling.

Load & Haul
Safety, reliability, productivity influence purchasing decision

A New Zealand quarry operator has purchased a new Stage IIIB/Tier 4i compliant crawler excavator – the fifth in a fleet of machines across two quarries. Read more »
The B30E moves more material at a lower cost per tonne for maximum productivity and profitability.

Load & Haul
Articulated trucks make their mark in different applications

Demand for trucks that are safer, more fuel-efficient and that haul higher payloads continues to drive product advancement and evolutionary design in the earthmoving plant and equipment segment. Read more »
The L180E (pictured) has 23,000 hours on the clock and is still going strong.

Load & Haul
Load and haul fleet a popular pick for fine sand operator

A New South Wales central coast fine sands business continues to grow with the help of a fleet of advanced loaders and articulated haulers. Read more »
Based on the Komatsu AE’s recommendations to its quarry team, Western Downs Regional Council approved the purchase of a 46-tonne Komatsu PC450LC-8SE excavator.

Case Studies
‘AE’ team digs deep to improve darling downs operations

Damian Christie spoke to Craig “Shine” Summerfield about the successful implementation of two of Komatsu’s application engineering assignments in the Darling Downs region of Queensland. Read more »
The 18-tonne 856H is powered by a 162kW, 9.3-litre Cummins diesel engine, with net power of 160kW at 2200 rpm.

Load & Haul
Medium-size wheel loader arrives on the market

Following the announcement in late 2015 that Sydney-based AWD Group will distribute LiuGong Machinery Corporation plant and equipment along the eastern seaboard and in the Northern Territory, the first of the new machines under AWD Group’s leadership is now available in Australia. Read more »
Wagners’ Komatsu PC1250SP-8R excavator fills one of four HD605-7E0 haul units. Both machines were purchased on advice from Komatsu’s AE process.

Load & Haul
Is it really as simple as ‘AE’?

Field applications engineering is a mixture of engineering and sales activities that provide technical support to the customers of a manufacturer of products. An earthmoving plant and equipment manufacturer has embraced application engineering – or AE – as part of its customer relationships. Read more »


 


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