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Growth through innovation: Semco

A Morooka MST110C crawler carrier

Check out the latest from Semco at Diesel Dirt & Turf.

Smaller-to-medium-sized earthmoving businesses have always been the base for Semco’s growth strategy. Reflecting on the company’s growth in the past 25 years, Semco CEO Satch Santilli said, “Our philosophy always was and remains, providing the best brands of equipment to satisfy the needs of smaller businesses.

“We value our loyal customer base that relies on us to keep them informed and supported as their businesses grow. By delivering on what we promise, customers trust us because we have helped them grow their bottom line through a genuine and helpful partnership, backed by advanced parts and maintenance support and knowledgeable technical staff.

“Together with our suppliers, we watch market developments and structure our equipment ranges to always have the most innovative, efficient, safe and productive equipment in the market. The National Diesel Dirt & Turf Expo is a unique opportunity for us to catch up with existing and potential new customers and to keep everyone briefed on the latest releases,” Satch said.

Inside the cabin of a Morooka MST110C crawler carrier
The adoption of a single lever electro-hydraulic joystick marks a substantial improvement in the MST110C, effectively superseding the conventional two-lever pilot control system.

All new Morooka crawler carrier

The Morooka MST110C replaces the previous model MST2200VD. Featuring a new cabin layout, Stage V Engine, joystick control and updated cooling arrangement, the MST110C delivers improved ergonomics, reduced engine emissions and fuel economy, improved serviceability and durability.

A major advance is the single lever electro-hydraulic joystick that replaces the conventional two-lever pilot control system. This upgrade significantly improves operator control while reducing fatigue, being used for drive and dump functions. The joystick is connected via CAN to the engine and display monitor for easier troubleshooting for improved servicing.

The MST110C also has a decel function that reduces engine revs, reducing unnecessary fuel consumption. Engineering quality is outstanding, with the improved design of the dump body manufactured using HARDOX material that provides longer life and improved material retention.

Mini dumpers

With many construction sites presenting limited access, mini dumpers have become an essential tool on sites with a space challenge.

Many contractors who typically have an excavator and a truck are now adding labour-saving mini dumpers to their fleet because of the efficiency these provide, often enabling them to provide additional services within the scope of their business.

Semco’s range of Messersi and Yamaguchi mini dumpers has helped revolutionise the handling of construction site spoil removal on smaller city renovation sites. With a range comprising diesel and electric models in a range of capacities, the Messersi mini dumpers effortlessly carry great payloads.

The Messersi TC50-e electric powered track mini-dumper operates in any environment. Powered by a LiFePO4 (Lithium-Iron-Phosphate) battery pack that delivers nominal power of 6.9kW, a single full charge of the TC50-e electric mini

dumper is plenty for a shift of five to six hours with up to 2.5 hours of continuous travel when the dumper is fully loaded.

“Our experience in distributing and supporting quality Japanese-made equipment like our Takeuchi excavator and compact loader range has given us a clear preference for selling Japanese manufactured earthmoving equipment,” Satch Santilli said.

A Takeuchi TB335R excavator
Takeuchi has launched its new rugged and reliable mid-range excavator models, including the TB335R, carrying the respected Takeuchi pedigree for reliability and performance.

Excavators from Takeuchi

New from Takeuchi are its excavator models TB325R, TB335R and TB350R. These are ruggedly engineered mid-range capacity excavators and importantly, they carry the respected Takeuchi pedigree for reliability and performance.

Minimal tail swing design allows operators to focus more on their work and worry less about rear swing impacts. All models have excellent manoeuvrability and accessibility at confined worksites without sacrificing stability.

Yamaguchi tracked mini dumpers

“Yamaguchi’s reputation for quality engineering meets our need to supply high-quality, reliable equipment to demanding customers such as the rental market, where we see the major potential for these versatile machines.

“These mini tracked dumpers are ideal on sites where it is not efficient or practical to use an excavator or a compact track loader to move material off site. With their narrow width and functionality more akin to a wheelbarrow, they can be safely driven through very tight alleyways and other spaces often encountered by contractors working on high density inner-city redevelopment or basement sites,” Satch added.

More models from Toro

Due for release is the all-new Toro Dingo TX 700 tracked digger, an affordable, compact, robust and highly reliable mini machine with heaps of power to do the toughest jobs. Featuring patented Dingo traction controls and a dedicated stand-on platform, the Dingo TX 700 is easy-to-use and offers increased operator comfort and improved visibility. It’s the ideal machine for both rental companies and contractors working within the confines of tight spaces.

The Dingo TX 700 is also compatible with dozens of attachments, meaning the machine can be used for a wide range of jobs. Attachments include buckets, adjustable forks, grapples, levellers, utility blades and more.

Engcon tiltrotators

With a focus on providing efficient tools, Semco can show excavator owners the latest releases in engcon tiltrotators, safe quick hitches and the range of high-productivity tools. Working with a tiltrotator saves time, cuts fuel consumption, reduces machine wear and manpower while reducing waste material and delivering high-precision results.

Adding further versatility and productivity EC-Oil enables the changing of hydraulic attachments without leaving the cab. Durable connectors allow tool connection at full system pressure and drip free couplings lower environmental impact and reduces problems with manual connections.

Making life easier and more productive

“By satisfying the needs of small to mid-range contractors with ever improving tools to make their business more efficient, we have established long-term customers whose success is driving our rapidly growing sales.

Semco customers always have the assurance that they will be fully supported, regardless of whether they want to upgrade to new models or just want to keep their machines running as productively as possible through regular maintenance programmes and parts supply,” Satch added.

Semco has the machinery to meet the needs of small to mid-range contractors.

Visit the Semco stand B5 to check out these equipment innovations.

For more information, visit: www.semcogroup.com.au

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