Tuesday 19th Dec, 2017
The Wearx foundry at Ballina in NSW.

Metso acquires Wearx

On the 1st of November, Wearx and the Metso Corporation finalised an agreement that will bring the two companies together,…
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Fenner Dunlop’s repair and replacement plan took only 19 days compared to its competitor’s which was, at best, 45 days.

19 days for belt repair and replacement

A Bowen Basin coal miner, facing an extended shutdown thanks to a badly torn conveyor belt, was back into production…
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Some of Enerpac’s new Summit edition HTC models.

Enerpac launches Summit heavy tonnage cylinders

High-pressure hydraulics specialist, Enerpac has launched a new range of high-tonnage cylinders (HTC), called Summit, aimed at heavier lifts in…
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Haulotte HT28 RTJ PRO boom lift in action.

Telescopic boom can aid structures’ maintenance

United Forklift and Access Solutions is introducing to Australasia its new Haulotte HT28 RTJ PRO Telescopic Boom which includes a…
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Grain. Photo: Shutterstock.

New weighbridge to benefit Two Wells users

South Australian grain handler Viterra says an additional weighbridge at its Two Wells site will improve turnaround times for lentil…
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Photo: Annastacia Palaszczuk / Twitter

Palaszczuk commits $3.1m to Townsville lithium plant

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says her Government will spend $3.1 million on a feasibility study for a proposed $2 billion…
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Grain. Photo: Ingram Publishing

Funding to expand Eyre Peninsula mill

A $350,000 grant from the South Australian Government will help Butterfields Farm Direct Stock Feeds expand its feed mill at…
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Photo: U.S. Department of Defence

Officials split over One Belt, One Road

Australian bureaucrats are divided over China’s ambitious push to dominate global trade, with a number of key Government departments against…
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