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9th October 2018

Mega 250km/h, $70b high speed rail proposal for SE Queensland, SMEC Report

A new report by SMEC has put forward a $70 billion proposal for a high speed rail solution to mitigate regional travel times and significantly bolster connectivity between key population centres in South East Queensland.

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2nd July 2019

What is the right dozer for your job?

When you need to hire a dozer there are a few factors you need to consider before calling a hire company. While all dozers do the same basic task, they vary massively in size and the type of projects they work on. Dozers for hire can be found on residential construction, road construction, quarries and mines across Australia. While the actual design and attachments of a dozer for hire rarely change, dozer hire companies often specialise in a type of work or industry.Dozers are a classic construction machine that have been around for over a century. Otherwise known as bulldozers, they were originally built to push large quantities of soil, sand and other materials during construction works. Dozers for hire also often have a ripper attached at the back to loosen densely compacted ground materials. Thanks to advancements in GPS technology dozers are now capable of clearing and grading land accurately as well.If you’re looking for a dozer to hire you probably have some serious materials to move. A dozer, unlike a skid steer loader or front loader, doesn’t have the ability to perform a range of tasks. However, dozers are the best machine for what they do. Dozers are designed to push and pull with immense force over close to any terrain. Below you’ll find two factors that will ultimately help you decide which type and size of dozer you need, making your search both easier and faster.

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19th November 2018

Major mining lease awarded for Central Queensland’s newest mine!

A mining lease has been granted pertaining to a greenfields underground longwall operation, Ironbark No. 1, that is anticipated to produce up to 6 million tonnes of coal per annum.

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