Equipment and Reviews

  • Rock ‘n’ Roll by Broons

    With many new COVID-19 driven infrastructure projects in the starting blocks, Broons are making available one of their BH-14H towed Grid Rollers for road construction works. For both short and long...

  • JCB Take the Lead On-Site Dumper Safety With All-New Range

    JCB is pleased to be launching a completely new range of site dumpers in Australia, designed and built in-house, with a capacity from 1 to 9 tonnes. Leading an industry-wide focus...

  • SDLG LG936LA Enhances Operation At Australian Cowhide Plant

    Teys Australia Murgon is using a robust SDLG LG936LA wheel loader to help process high quality hides for export. From growing grass to making hay for cattle, to transporting salt and...

  • Hidromek HMK640WL Wheel Loader

    Hidromek’s HMK640WL has attracted international attention after being awarded global design awards including the Reddot Award, German Design Award, Good Design and Automotive Brand Contest. The HMK640WL has an operating weight...

  • Volvo H-Series Wheel Loaders Update

    L60H TO L350H The H-Series wheel loaders have been consistently improved throughout their lifetime, and now they receive additional enhancements that help reduce total cost of ownership. In 2014 Volvo Construction...

  • Komatsu Keeps On Keeping On

    One of the largest shire councils in Tasmania has just bought a new Komatsu wheel loader, but they declined to trade their ‘old’ one – it’s 37 years young and still...

  • The Big Excavator in A Little Body

    Weighing in at 13.5 tonnes and fitted with a powerful and efficient Cat® C4.4 engine, the Cat 313FL delivers ground-breaking power with control like no other. Whether it be site preparation,...

  • Roll Guide by Broons

    Ever considered tendering for a gravel road maintenance contract with local government? They can be a consistent and reliable source of income for an owner operator. Should broader civil works soften...

  • A Novel Hydraulic Hybrid

    With carbon emissions squarely on the nation’s agenda, Lindsay Daniels of CJD Equipment breaks down the hydraulic fuel reduction capabilities of Volvo’s new E-Series excavator range. In August 2016, CJD Equipment...

  • Komatsu 830E-5 Dump Truck

    Komatsu announces major advances with new 230 tonne 830E-5 Dump Truck. In what is a major update, Komatsu has released the 830E-5, a 230 metric tonne capacity dump truck said to...

  • Volvo Co-Pilot – Intelligently-Designed Interactive Display

    Volvo Co-Pilot is an intelligently-designed interactive display from Volvo Construction Equipment offering real-time insight into work performed by select Volvo machines, ensuring the highest standard of efficiency and accuracy in any...

  • Fecon Forestry Equipment New Releases In 2020!

    Fecon is the USA’s premier manufacturer of skid steer and excavator mulching heads, world renowned for building the toughest equipment in the industry. Fecon attachments and machines are engineered and constructed...

  • Wacker Neuson Telehandler TH412

    Telehandlers are the allrounder among loaders. Regardless of whether compact dimensions or a robust design are the main focus: Wacker Neuson telehandlers are designed for demanding everyday work. The most compact...

  • Cash from Trash!

    ALLU Transformers are purpose-built hydraulic attachments for efficient material processing by reducing the number of process steps needed and transforming waste into useable material. ALLU provided an effective solution to a...

  • ShoulderMaster Saving Your Time and Money!

    The ShoulderMaster is Australia’s first locally manufactured universal skid steer shoulder paving attachment. The purpose built, Australian designed and manufactured road widening, shoulder repair and kerb back filling skid steer attachment...

  • Toyota Material Handling To Launch First Huski Excavator Range

    Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) famed for its tough and reliable skid steer loaders – is set to launch its first range of Huski mini-excavators, featuring high break-out force and zero...

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