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One of the WA320 PZ6 machines in QLD, where more than 60 percent of Australia's 400 accredited feedlots are located.


The Komatsu WA500 wheel loader hard at work.


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


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


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.


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.


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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