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IRISH ROCK STARS

Colm Phibbs, a 22 year-old second generation excavation operator from Dublin in Ireland, couldn't believe what he saw when he took on his first holiday job in Sydney.

AUSTRALIA'S FIRST LOW-EMISSION TIER 4 FINAL ULTRACLASS MINING TRUCK COMMISSIONED BY KOMATSU

In an Australian first, Komatsu has commissioned the first Tier 4 Final version of its 930E-5 ultra-class mining truck in Australia, as part of its commitment to designing and manufacturing mining equipment that advances its corporate social responsibility aims while embracing UN Sustainable Development Goals.

GREYMOUTH MINER GEARS UP FOR NEW CHALLENGE

West coast miner Whyte Gold has this month taken delivery of the largest and most sophisticated bulldozer in New Zealand, to service its new claim in the glacier region behind Greymouth.

GUNNE CIVIL TAKES ADVANTAGE OF LATEST TECHNOLOGY ON KOMATSU'S NEW BRISBANE SITE

When Queensland contractor Gunne Civil Constructions was engaged to carry out site preparation earthworks for Komatsu's forthcoming new Wacol distribution centre and technology hub, it was an opportunity for the company to take advantage of the latest technology in managing its side of the project.

THE SWISS ARMY KNIFE- REINVENTED

Brandon Whiddett's Komatsu PC220 excavator has been officially named 'The Swiss Army Knife.'

MAYDAY SERVICES FOR DOWN TO EARTH MAGAZINE

Mayday... Mayday - the international radio distress call is 100 years old next year.

PRECISION GUIDES DELICATE DEMOLITION

A prominent New Zealand demolition company has celebrated its 25th anniversary by successfully completing a particularly complex and culturally sensitive assignment.

MATT'S HAVING A CRACK

Matt Ayres was 16 and in year ten at Saint Paul's College, Altona when one weekend he and his dad Rob used an oxy torch to cut the curtain side body off the family's general haulage truck and turn it into a flatbed.

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SOON TO BE PARAMOUNT

One of Victoria's most progressive civil construction companies has embarked on a program of carbon emission containment in advance of what it believes is a great step in becoming a sustainable focused company.

EARLY ADOPTER REAPS REWARDS OF ON-LINE PARTS SERVICE

A remote area contracting, and plant hire company is reaping unexpected benefits from becoming an early adopter of a recently introduced on-line parts ordering system.

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