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Some of the stock for Semco’s new Melbourne location.

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NSW equipment supplier expands south

Semco Equipment Sales, which specialises in new and used construction, concrete mixing and earthmoving equipment, has opened a sales and service centre in Somerton, 21km north of the Melbourne CBD. 

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The Demand Better Roads campaign aims to highlight the need for better investment in roads and to seek a better deal for motorists.

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Auto clubs demand better roads

The Australian Automobile Association, an alliance of Australia’s motor clubs, with seven million members, has launched the Demand Better Roads campaign ahead of the September federal election.

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An old quarry in the Parkes Shire will be revived as part of a new 1.8 hectare development that will extract and process up to 22,000 cubic metres per annum.

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Old quarry gets new lease of life

Parkes Shire Council has given conditional approval for the redevelopment of a gravel quarry at Goonumbla, in central western New South Wales. 

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Residents are opposed to meeting Multiquip Quarries' trucks on an 18km thoroughfare with just five metres in width in some places.

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Possible changes to quarry roads inflame residents

A meeting between a quarry operator and residents to discuss a proposal for Ardmore Park quarry in Bungonia, New South Wales, has left both parties angry and frustrated.

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The bodily remains found at an archaeological site at Cemex's Kingmead Quarry could have belonged to a tribal queen or princess. Illustration by Karen Nichols.

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Copper Age lady with rare jewels

The discovery of the 4000 year old remains of a royal personage in a UK quarry unlocks more mysteries about ancient Britain. Read more »
Walls with transparent concrete let the light shine through.

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See-through concrete

An Italian supplier has cast the limelight on a series of transparent concrete panels, which could yet have important applications in construction. 

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TSS has a range of belt cleaners with polyurethane or Tungsten tips.

Maintenance Products
Elite belt cleaners

The Elite Quality Conveyor range of belt cleaners from TSS suit conveyor belt widths from 500mm to 2200mm.  Read more »
The RB120S is the largest of the McQuaid booms. You can judge its size against the people standing with it!

Load & Haul
Biggest of the big booms

Scavenger Supplies is offering the largest of the McQuaid booms - the RB120S - with a maximum reach of 13.4 metres. Read more »
Rubber torsion spring motor bases reduce costs and improve safety.

Maintenance Products
Quieter, safer with motor bases

Leverlink has a range of motor bases to reduce maintenance costs and improve safety. Read more »
Gates’ LifeGuard guards against personal injury with hydraulic systems.

Environmental Products
Hydraulic safety sleeves

Equipment operators working within a one metre line-of-sight of a hydraulic system know the potential for personal injury, fluid burns, injection, fires, explosions, electrical shock and mechanical failure. Read more »
Hitachi has released the new John Deere wheel loader.

Load & Haul
Wheel loader with more

Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia, the exclusive distributor for John Deere construction products, has released the 844K Series II wheel loader.  Read more »
Komatsu continues to hold second place on KHL’s annual Yellow Table survey of equipment manufacturers.

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Revenue shock for Chinese equipment manufacturers

According to KHL Group’s annual Yellow Table survey of the world’s top construction equipment companies, the top two manufacturers have remained the same but Chinese companies have declined. Read more »


 


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