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Makinex: Lift, Shift, Tip, Dump


Accessing tight areas on any terrain is easy with the Cormidi dumper range.

In 2017, 71,000 new homes are expected to be built in NSW. To meet this growing demand in property development houses are built tighter together in blocks and this means site access is getting harder. So, the need to have a compact and reliable machine is bigger than ever. The Cormidi dumper range is ideal for tight access work on any terrain.

Makinex is the sole distributor of Cormidi in Australia. The dumper range enables users to access all areas, fitting into the narrowest of spaces and over all types of terrain. Site access is the biggest issue, particularly in urban areas where houses are built close together.

The Cormidi range is designed with a rocking roller undercarriage creating stability over rough terrain such as rocks, tree roots and other uneven surfaces at an angle of up to 20°.

The range that Makinex distributes starts at 400kg load capacity up to 2000kg. The dumpers can lift, shift, load and transport any materials from stones to dirt and concrete blocks. High tipping is available on most models to dump directly into skip bins and trucks. Self-loading is another useful option available on some models.




Phil Gredig from Intelligent Construction Solutions Pty Ltd only uses machinery that makes sense and adds value to their business, allowing them to quote on jobs some other builders would have to pass on due to hard working and access conditions.

Some of their jobs have a highly restrictive access point with a 20° purpose-built ramp leading to the worksite. With 4000 bricks to move, working without their Cormidi 50 named “Samson” would be almost impossible.

Phil says, “Intelligent Construction Solutions couldn’t function as a business without the Cormidi 50.

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