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The Komatsu WA500 wheel loader hard at work.

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Inside the last two years, Walker Quarries has more than doubled their operations, from 80,000 to over 200,000 tonnes.

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The Komatsu GD655-5 grader fitted with a specific sharp toothed blade to cut easily into even the hardest compacted gravel.

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The new Komatsu GD655-5 grader was delivered to South Burnett Regional Council and was chosen in a competitive tender on the basis of price and known quality of factory maintenance.

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Komatsu autonomous haul trucks demonstrate their unmanned capabilities at the company's Arizona Proving Grounds in Tucson, AZ, in March 2018.

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The new GD655-7 grader brings new innovation, featuring EPC (electronic proportional controls) for blade and ripper functions, and the option of dual-function palm controlled steering or a conventional steering wheel.

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The new Komatsu GD655-7 grader with its Tier 4 134-165 kW engine (depending on gear & operational mode), hard at work.

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RMS operates a fleet of six Komatsu excavators from offices in Townsville and Rockhampton on projects as far flung as East Timor and Vanuatu. Here, is the PC88MR-8 with 4,500 hours which was chosen to become the company's Beyond Blue 'ambassador.

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RMS Engineering & Construction staff with their Beyond Blue sponsored PC88MR-8 - which provides support and help to the community who suffer from depression, anxiety and mental health issues.

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J&M Bashforth & Sons, based in Byron Bay, in NSW's North Coast has over 30 machines and operators working across three primary sectors - quarry, development and general machinery for local farmers and builders. IMAGE: The new Komatsu D155A-8 on the left, with the older D60A-3 on the right.

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