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Plantmech is the founding company of Premier Rock Machinery. Plantmech was established in 2002 to provide an installation and design service for auxiliary hydraulic systems mainly on new earthmoving equipment.

Plantmech has developed into a complete hydraulic installation sales and service company with a focus on serving the earthmoving, construction, forestry and demolition-machinery markets in Queensland.

Together with a large inventory of hoses, fittings, valves, controls, and special adapters, as well as tube-making and fabrication capabilities, plus electronic and electrical system install service complemented by our in-house CAD bureau service Plantmech can provide a level of service that is hard to match.

Leading Edge Safety and Control Systems Integrators

PRM Engineering Services (PRM Eng) is a natural evolution, grounded on firm knowledge, experience and the needs of the earthmoving industry. We specialise in innnovative control and engineering solutions, through our energetic and highly qualified mechatronic engineers, making PRM Engineering Services a futuristic hi-tech flexible and dynamic team, ready to move quickly, but backed by firm values, integrity and a professional reputation in Australia and internationally. DOWNLOAD PDF BROCHURE



GKD design, develop and produce innovative machine control systems for protecting man and machine.

GKD’s two product ranges, SensorZone and SensorSafe are sought after worldwide and are market leaders in the UK.


Swietelsky Rail Australia Pty Ltd

Swietelsky established in 1936 and headquartered in Austria are one of Europe’s largest contracting and maintenance companies and have a reputation for successfully delivering complex civil and rail projects and maintenance. Swietelsky is the biggest privately owned specialist track renewals and specialist on-track machine provider and operator in Europe and leader in developing and introducing new on-track technology.


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Article addressing excavator safety on the construction site published a few years ago but still very relevant today.