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Application flexibility, economy, reliability and back up service from CJD Equipment are reasons why Tasmanian-based Gaspac Motors owner Andrew Arnold continues to specify DAF trucks. After five months and 100,000 kilometres of faultless running, he is convinced he made...
Tasmanian company Cranes Combined recently took delivery of the new Kato CR-250Rv city crane. It is the first of the new model to be delivered in Australia.   Chris Kolodziej Managing Director of Cranes Combined discussed the important role small capacity...
A lot has changed for Shaw Contracting since James Alan Hope Shaw started operating the business out of the tiny rural town of Whitemore, Tasmania, some 80 years ago. Shaw’s Asset Manager, Jason Spotswood, shares that the company started off providing agricultural...
Mornington Park Waste Transfer Station is a waste management facility operating in Southern Tasmania. In this video, their Operations Supervisor Bruce talks about the Anaconda DF410 Scalping Screen they purchased last year. Source: Onetrak
The Tasmanian Liberal Government is building the intergenerational infrastructure, with a landmark AU$5 billion program that will support jobs. To oversee this massive infrastructure program, the role and function of Infrastructure Tasmania have been enhanced, with an additional $7.78 million...
The concrete is messy, wet and if is stuffed up, you’ve got to do it all over again. JDM Contracting, established in Tasmania by Jarrod Minehan, specializes in all things concrete. They cover everything from smaller residential concreting jobs (like driveways...
Caterpillar MineStar Command for Underground has been announced as Tasmania’s top Engineering Excellence Award winner and Sir William Hudson Award finalist. The winner is a ‘gamechanger’ for people with disabilities Underground mining is inherently dangerous. The new MineStar Command for...
Following on from the record June result, the best month in 20 years, the sale of tractors has again been strong in July. With lockdowns relating to the Covid-19 pandemic easing in most states, there is a sense of...
The prospects for machinery sales in the agricultural sector have improved considerably in recent weeks despite the current troubles associated with the  COVID 19 virus. First and foremost, we have seen considerable rainfall in most parts of drought-affected Australia which...
The new state-of-the-art build with paint room, wash bay and crane was finished in June this year and provides a larger workshop increasing the capacity of the service team significantly. Onetrak’s southern Tasmanian branch is now located on 80 Possum...