Earthmoving equipment such as backhoes, trenchers and bulldozers are a crucial element of any construction and industrial project with multiple purposes and sizes available. These collections of machinery are highly expensive and making the right decision regarding the model and type of earthmoving equipment can be critical.
When considering the purchase of any earth moving equipment there are a number of factors to consider especially if you have decided on buying used or second-hand machinery. For individuals or companies looking to purchase earth moving equipment, used machinery is a viable option as it is significantly less expensive than brand new equipment. However, used earthmoving equipment should be assessed properly and treated with caution before buying. This means having all the hydraulic, electrical and mechanics functions tested thoroughly and inspecting the body of the equipment carefully. While it is expected that the appearance of the machinery itself may be less than perfect, it is important to establish that all working functions are flawless.
Furthermore, when looking into buying used earth moving equipment, consider if you have an option for your own repairs, whether it is yourself or someone on staff. If you are buying from a private seller, look into their history as a seller of earth moving equipment and their reputation for providing quality equipment. This includes their upkeep of the equipment such as regular oil changes, air filters and similar tyres which can significantly reduce future problems.
If you are considering buying new earthmoving equipment and machinery than there are a number of machinery wholesalers across Australia that specialize in supplying trucks, plant and machinery. Typically these companies will provide equipment for sectors including Mining and Heavy Industries, Road and Civil Construction, Building and Development and similar market sectors.
Machinery sales in Australia supply to a variety of companies and industries including Private Companies, Government Authorities, Mining and Construction Companies as well as Public Corporations and Individuals with machinery either being developed in Australia or imported from the United States, United Kingdom, China and Japan.
Some of the leading global manufacturers of earthmoving equipment are Caterpillar Inc., Komatsu, Terex, CNH Global, Volvo Construction Equipment, Deere and Company and Hitachi Construction Machinery.