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LOCAL PRIDE IN QUARRY SUCCESS

A quarry owned mainly by local shareholders and staffed almost exclusively by nearby townspeople is bringing pride and productivity to Wallerawang in near central New South Wales.

NEW KOMATSU GRADER ON PATROL

A progressive South East Queensland council has successfully begun the first phase of a $15-$18million three-year strategy to restore its unsealed road network to the benefit of its residents.

KOMATSU'S PEOPLE POWERED TECHNOLOGY BEHIND WORLD CLASS MINE STANDARDS

Komatsu announce the deployment of an unprecedented 41 new model Komatsu 930E-5 ultra-class haul trucks, made autonomous ready, at BHP's new South Flank iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, commencing in October 2019.

THE FUTURE IS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS ON KOMATSU'S NEW CONTRACTOR-FOCUSED GD655-7 GRADER

Komatsu has released a new grader, the GD655-7, incorporating a number of technology innovations compared with its predecessors as well as other graders on the market - aimed at making it easier to use and more productive, in a package that the company believes makes them particularly attractive to contractors.

TOWNSVILLE'S BIG BLUE EXCAVATORS

Around Townsville they're calling it the Smurf - a big blue Komatsu excavator which has been painted to support a worthy cause - Beyond Blue.

JOHN'S LIFETIME OF BULLDOZERS

John Bashforth, a fourth-generation farmer, quarry and machinery operator in the Byron Bay region of NSW, tends not to turn over his heavy equipment often.

KOMATSU RENTAL'S INNOVATIVE NEW WEBSITE MAKES IT EASIER TO HIRE

Komatsu is continuing to expand its digital presence with the launch of purpose-built new websites for its Komatsu Rental operations in Australia and New Zealand, at komatsu.com.au/rental (Australia) and komatsu.co.nz/rental (New Zealand).

YOUNG MUM RESUMES WORK AS KOMATSU EXCAVATOR OPERATOR

Holly Sharpe is returning to work at the controls of her earthmoving business' excavators, after taking time out to have two children.

PARTNERSHIP IS KEY TO SUCCESS

Mining infrastructure plumbing expert Mark Sheehan knows a lot about partnership.

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

Rhys Malcolm was just five years old when he drove his dad's excavator, ten when he first went on the job with his dad and twenty-four when he bought a new machine and started his own business, just like his father.

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