Archive for 'Education and Training'

LIUGONG NEXT GENERATION SKID STEERS – THE SOLUTION FOR THE PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPER

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: The curved corners on their B Series Skid Steers provide a wider, less obstructed view of the worksite and a solid “corner to corner” view of the bucket, blade, fork or other attachment being used. Intelligent use of complex shapes adds another important benefit – reduced noise levels inside the cab. […]

Latest Komatsu Dash 8 wheel loaders cut operating costs through better fuel efficiency, higher productivity

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Komatsu Australia has released two new WA270-8– the WA270-8 and WA320-8 – both powered with Tier 4-compliant low emission engine technology, and delivering improved fuel efficiency, higher productivity, and reduced owning and operating costs. The WA270-8 – replacing the WA250PZ-6 – is powered by a Komatsu SAA6D107E-3 engine rated at 111 […]

Kobelco’s new Tier 4 excavator gives a competitive edge

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Pro-Dig Earthworks, a Launceston-based professional excavating service, is the first company to take delivery of the new Kobelco midi-excavator SK135SR-5 and it’s already giving them a boost over their competitors. “A big plus is that it’s got the new Tier 4 Final engine – a good green tick for the larger […]

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Thanks for all of your support throughout 2017. 2018 is set to be absolutely massive for the earthmoving and construction industry and we have big plans for the magazine too. We’re starting the year off with a bang featuring the legendary Peter Geelan of Shore Hire on the front cover. This should be […]

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Did you know that you can read all editions of Australian Earthmoving from the last three years on any smartphone or tablet device? Read all about the latest and greatest equipment available to you today as well as dozens of informative articles that are invaluable to the success of your business. Download the app now […]

Komatsu Training Academy looks to take skills to the next level

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Leading mining and earthmoving equipment supplier Komatsu Australia has moved into the vocational educational field, offering a range of high-level technical, operator and management courses throughout Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia. It has established a new business unit, Komatsu Training Academy – a nationally registered training organisation (RTO) – to […]

AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM BUILDS PLATFORM FOR SUCCESS WITH TOYOTA

AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM BUILDS PLATFORM FOR SUCCESS WITH TOYOTA

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: One of the country’s major public museums is enjoying the benefits of Toyota Material Handling Australia’s (TMHA) new range of elevated work platforms (EWPs) at its new, purpose-built warehouse facility in Sydney’s west. The Australian Museum currently has two Bravi Spin-Go stock picker EWPs supplied by TMHA in operation at its […]

Flawed and dangerous safety equipment puts lives at risk

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Safety is paramount in mine sites with mining companies seeking alternative solutions to outdated, flawed and dangerous equipment to avoid injury for their staff and contractors.   This was the case for Downer when the immense pressure from a grease fitting dislodged a service persons safety glasses and hard hat resulting […]

JCB CEA TO SUPPORT PERTH SCHOOL BUSHFIRE APPEAL

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: JCB Construction Equipment Australia (CEA) has matched dollar for dollar funds raised by a Perth boarding school to support the Esperance region in Western Australia, which is reeling after recent bushfires claimed four lives. St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School raised $28,000 during the first week of December and that figure was […]

Pipeline corrosion management

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Oil, gas and utility companies, along with governments, have invested billions of dollars over many years in laying hundreds of thousands of kilometres of pipelines in nearly every country of the world. All pipelines, whether buried or on the surface, are exposed to a range of physical, climatic and chemical environments […]

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