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ToThink Engineering launches ToThink Equipment

ToThink Engineering

Melbourne-based ToThink Engineering has been supplying screens and feeders to the quarry, recycling, and mining industries for several years.

Darren Toth founded the business in 2016, after previously working for a major crushing and screening equipment supplier since 2004.

The company started off assisting sites with equipment that wasn’t running as originally intended or expected.

It soon became obvious that there was an opportunity to design and build ToThink’s own range of products locally and provide customers with quality equipment accompanied by the kind of technical support where they can speak to the engineers who actually designed the machine.

“I am passionate about locally made products, local jobs and local customer support so 100 per cent of our design, assembly and the majority of our parts are manufactured locally,” Toth said.

As the company evolved into an equipment and parts/hardware supplier Toth wanted to be able to promote the machine side of the business with a name that better described it, hence the creation of ‘ToThink Equipment’.

The trading name ToThink Equipment is registered under its parent company ToThink Engineering. Its product range continues to grow and includes a range of inclined screens, dewatering screens, scalping screens, pan feeders and apron feeders.

“We have a range of standard machines and, due to our in-house design skills, we also have the ability to supply equipment suitable for more challenging applications,” Toth said.

“Another one of our strengths enables us to manufacture equipment where a customer simply wants to replace an existing machine without having to modify the structure and chute work around it. We can help with that too,” Toth said.

ToThink has supplied equipment into several Australian states and its staff are proud to be adding to this list whilst growing their product range.

“We have sold machines that have been direct replacements for other makes of equipment,” Toth said.

“We have also partnered with some of Australia’s key project companies who have given us the opportunity to supply machines for new plant and also upgrades. We know we have something to offer to the industry and we know our brand is not yet known Australia wide. We are heading into very exciting times for ToThink Equipment”. •

For more information, visit tothink.com.au

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