Lachlan Grant is the Northern Regional Manager for Mines Rescue and Coal Services, which specialises in education and training, workplace health and safety compliance, workers’ compensation, environmental monitoring, and mines rescue consulting and emergency response. He used his speech at the IQA conference to explain why quarries will benefit from ongoing vigilance in their health and safety systems.
Volvo Construction Equipment (CE) has increased its service intervals to 1000 hours on a range of machines, thanks to a new generation of fuel filters.
Kinder Australia has added another vital piece of the puzzle to its innovative product range with the K-OTR Sidewall Protector.
Komatsu has opened an innovation hub and distribution centre in Wacol, Queensland, showcasing the latest technology during its construction and upon completion in an interactive exhibition.
John Flynn is the Australian and New Zealand business manager for Terex Jaques, the local arm of Terex MPS. He talks about the importance of plant and equipment maintenance skills and expertise as the industry navigates its way through the post-COVID-19 era.
Strike Energy and Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) have taken pivotal steps to solidify Australia’s domestic supply of urea as the country deflects an AdBlue shortage.
Grayden Leaver is the Director of Sales & Marketing at CJD Equipment, the Australian dealer for Volvo Construction Equipment. He contends that strong dealer relationships with quarry producers will be as vital to the industry’s success as new technologies.
Paul Doran is the business development manager for Metso mobile crushers and screens at Tutt Bryant Equipment. He provides insight into which Metso mobile products are popular, when some of the latest machines and innovations will be available in Australia, and how Metso’s after sales programs and services can benefit quarry producers.