Concrete Pumping Hire Hire in Toowoomba

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19th August 2019

Concrete Pump Hire Rates Guide

*Last updated: June 2020 Quick Links: Concrete line pump hire rates Concrete boom pump hire rates Pumped concrete rates per cubic meter Concrete pump surcharge rates How to get the best concrete pump hire rates What are typical Concrete Line Pump Hire Rates? Line Pump (Trailer) dry hire rate: $165 - $182 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Trailer) wet hire rate: $190 - $228 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Truck) dry hire rate: $172 - $188 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Truck) wet hire rate: $205 - $235 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Hose Extension) surcharge: $7 - $12 + GST Per Meter Line Pump hire rates tend not to vary as significantly as other machines on the market today, however, there is a range of factors that may influence how much you end up paying. When looking at hiring a line pump, it is essential to understand the requirements of your project and hire a machine that best suits your needs. When it comes to line pumps, hire rates may vary depending on whether you’re hiring a truck-mounted or trailer-mounted line pump, though the difference is not significant. The main costs here are incurred from hose extension surcharges which will often be upwards of $7 per meter over the contract's original agreement.As line pumps are more cost-effective than other concrete transfer methods, they are the preferred choice for small construction and residential concrete work. It should be noted that when looking to wet hire line pumps that most rates will be inclusive of one or two operators but may offer extra personnel for a labour surcharge. Need to hire a concrete pump? Get free competitive quotes through iSeekplant!

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11th June 2020

Billion-Dollar Coal Mine Proposed in Queensland

A $1.5 billion coal mining project in central Queensland’s Bowen Basin, which could provide up to 2350 jobs, is a step closer to being realised.

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27th July 2020

Building Acceleration Fund receives $200m investment

The Queensland State Government has unveiled a $200 million catalytic infrastructure initiative in an effort to accelerate the plan to recover Queensland jobs. 

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