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The brand new Komatsu 830E-5 in all its glory.

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Glen Swift, Komatsu's General Manager, Western Region (right) hands over the keys of one of the first five Komatsu 830E-5 sold in Australia to Downer Group's Andrew Haslam, General Manager - Open Cut West, Mining, with a COVID-safe elbow tap.


The WA270-8 has on-board machine health, and performance monitoring system - the latest Komatsu KOMTRAX technology.


Central Highlands Council, one of the largest councils in Tasmania has recently bought a Komatsu wheel loader, the WA270-8 works. Here at work at the councils quarry.


Byron Shire Council has a new Komatsu WA270-8 wheel-loader. The machine will help the Council transform household waste into garden mulch. It comes standard with the KOMTRAX remote monitoring system, which provides real-time information on a fitted-machine's location, performance and health - helping to maximise machine safety, productivity, up-time and availability.


The company is one of the larger employees in the Geelong region, with 185 staff.


Norris Construction Group based in Geelong, south of Melbourne has 36 Komatsu machines, with eight IMC machines - ranging from dozers to excavators.

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At Komatsu, the health and wellbeing of customers and staff is always number one


Leading global miner Anglo American and Komatsu with the help of students from Moura and Banana state schools, will plant more than 9,000 trees at Anglo American's Dawson Mine in Central Queensland's Bowen Basin.


The new 830E-5 is the most technologically advanced model released to date - it reduces fuel consumption by up to 5%, complies with stringent Tier 4 Final emissions standards, and has been designed to provide a platform for future technology expansion.

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