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The Cat CT610 goes to work for Tweed haulage company Brims Group

Cat's new Haul truck spells power, payload, and durability

The first Cat truck delivered in Queensland has taken to the roads in tipper and dog configuration for Tweed Coast haulage company Brims Group. Read more »
The Goodwin Barsby HD Super Teeth Jaws launched by CMS Cepcor

HD Super Teeth Jaws launched by CMS Cepcor

CMS Cepcor has launched the newly designed Goodwin Barsby HD Super Teeth Jaws. Read more »
Clients were able to try out and see the equipment during earthmoving conditions

BOOTS-ON for Komatsu launch

The third BOOTS-ON, training and customer event was utilised to introduce Komatsu’s sales team from around Australia and New Zealand to the company’s latest products. Read more »
Lifting bags have been used in the Christchurch earthquake clean-up to shift heavy rocks.

Lifting bags used in Christchurch’s quake clean-up

Lifting bags, normally used to position everything from pipelines to machinery, have been employed in the Christchurch earthquake clean-up to improve the process of shifting heavy rocks. 

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The partnership gives the apprentice the opportunity to train on specific equipment while still at TAFE.

Komatsu and TAFE to train apprentices

Komatsu Australia has developed a strategic alliance with the TAFEs in Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia as part of its programme to increase the number of apprentices. The new partnership promises to deliver an improved apprentice development system. It will not only give the apprentices the key trade skills they need, but will also help them develop basic business, life and personal responsibility skills.

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Volvo believes it is ideally positioned for whatever challenges the carbon tax will bring.

Boral lends support to anti-carbon tax campaign

A new website campaigning against the introduction of a carbon tax is launched, with the support of Boral, BlueScope Steel and CSR. Read more »


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