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It was said that the acquisition would accelerate Trio's growth and improve its aftermarket service.

Global giant expands into aggregates market with acquisition

A global engineering group has acquired an international quarry equipment supplier in order to expand its presence in the aggregates market. Read more »
Neil Kinder (fourth from left) and his staff were joined by a host of local and state politicians, including the Victorian Minister for Energy and Resources Russell Northe (third from right).

Family enterprise celebrates opening of new HQ

A family-owned conveyor hardware supplier has celebrated nearly three decades of growth at the opening of a new facility. Read more »
Kleeman’s Mobirex EVO 2 impact crusher, winner for best “Transportation design/Special vehicles”, 2014 iF Product Design Awards.

Impact crusher wins prestigious design award

A new impact crusher has received a product design award for its ergonomics, efficient engine and drive technology, and environmentally friendly elements. Read more »
The system collects data from Lokotrack fleets and presents it as a daily performance overview.

Supplier introduces fleet management system

An international quarry machinery supplier has expanded the telematic capabilities of its mobile crushing plant with the introduction of a fleet management and automation system. Read more »
The first tractor manufactured at the John Deere Dubuque Tractor Works, circa March 1947 and a John Deere 644K wheel loader close to assembly.

From blacksmith to international corporate citizen

In March this year, a group of Australians from the extractive and construction materials industry toured two John Deere factories in America’s Midwest. Jim Hankins reports on the growth of a Midwest company that spans three centuries
and is recognised around the world. Read more »
The JS220LC is the only machine in its class that doesn’t require a costly DOC/DPF filter.

Excavator line-up demonstrates increased performance, less fuel

JCB Construction Equipment Australia’s (CEA) new JCB heavy line excavators are now available in Australia. Read more »
One customer was so impressed with the performance of ESCO’s truck bodies that it has recommended other manufacturers use them as first fitment.

Truck body line builds strong reputation

ESCO’s reputation as a provider of quality mining products in Australia was well-established in 2011 when the Portland, Oregon-based company significantly shifted its operation to deal directly with customers. Read more »
Annejeda operations manager James Howard has purchased three HL-770-9 wheel loaders.

Value equals product, service & support

A successful company is one that delivers value for money to its clients and receives value for money from its suppliers, according to James Howard, from Queensland company Annejeda, which has a fleet of Hyundai machines backed by a service agreement. Read more »
Customers who order a new excavator up to 31 December, 2014, will be able to choose from a range of reward options.

Choice of rewards for customers

A supplier is giving excavator customers the chance to choose their own reward when they order a new machine – from free servicing to a trip to the manufacturing plant in Japan. Read more »

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