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9th August 2019

Street Sweeper Hire Rates Guide

What are typical Machine Mounted Street Sweeper Hire Rates? Road Truck Street Sweeper Hire Rates Road Truck Street Sweeper dry hire rate: $148 - $164 + GST Per Hour Road Truck Street Sweeper wet hire rate: $181 - $204 + GST Per Hour Machine Mounted Street Sweeper dry hire rate: $144 - $160 + GST Per Hour Machine Mounted Street Sweeper wet hire rate: $171 - $196 + GST Per Hour Street Sweeper Labour rate (Driver Cost for Wet Hire): $28 - $36 Inc GST Per Hour When looking at Street Sweeper hire rates, it is important to note that most prices will come exclusive of GST and be based on an hourly dry hire rate. While dry hire alternatives are available in the street sweeper space, this service is rare as usually street sweepers are hired with an operator. Freight and Delivery fees can also be incurred on top of standardised hourly rates. Another factor which may affect the average street sweeper hire rate, is the actual construct of the machine and its sweeping methodology. Street Sweepers are typically made in three primary variants, each ranging in price. The three most common street sweepers include:

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30th November 2018

Rio Tinto to invest $3.5 billion into WA’s Koodaideri iron ore mine

Rio Tinto has approved $3.5 billion AUD for their intelligent Koodaideri mine project in Western Australia, with the investment focused heavily on augmenting production, technology and innovation in the Pilbara.

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18th December 2019

Downer, CPB Contractors Sign $1.25b Contract for METRONET Project

The latest METRONET construction contract has been awarded to NEWest Alliance - a collaboration of CPB Contractors and Downer. The $1.25 billion contract signed yesterday will extend Perth’s rail network 32 kilometres and is the biggest passenger rail expansion in Western Australia since the Mandurah Line’s 70km contract in 2004. The NEWest alliance will construct the Thornlie-Cockburn link and Yanchep Rail extension, with both projects expected to support more than 3,000 jobs. The funding comes from a bundled contract arrangement by the Australian and Western Australian State governments.

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