Gallery: Civenex expo 2015

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Kobelco Australia general manager Doug McQuinn told us the company’s mini and mid-sized excavators were walking out the doors, with a lot of interest in the new SK008 one-tonner. Kobelco Australia general manager Doug McQuinn told us the company’s mini and mid-sized excavators were walking out the doors, with a lot of interest in the new SK008 one-tonner. Kobelco Australia general manager Doug McQuinn told us the company’s mini and mid-sized excavators were walking out the doors, with a lot of interest in the new SK008 one-tonner.
Shorehire’s stand focussed on trench safety products, like this aluminium shoring system. Shorehire’s stand focussed on trench safety products, like this aluminium shoring system. Shorehire’s stand focussed on trench safety products, like this aluminium shoring system.
The Ammann RX1575ci self-propelled articulated trench roller from Conplant can be operated from the machine itself or via remote control. The Ammann RX1575ci self-propelled articulated trench roller from Conplant can be operated from the machine itself or via remote control. The Ammann RX1575ci self-propelled articulated trench roller from Conplant can be operated from the machine itself or via remote control.
Vermeer’s S450TX mini skid-steer loader has a 227kg operating capacity and 649kg tipping capacity and a single pilot-operated joystick for smooth operation. Vermeer’s S450TX mini skid-steer loader has a 227kg operating capacity and 649kg tipping capacity and a single pilot-operated joystick for smooth operation. Vermeer’s S450TX mini skid-steer loader has a 227kg operating capacity and 649kg tipping capacity and a single pilot-operated joystick for smooth operation.
John Deere’s 670GP (Grade Pro) motor grader is a good-looking machine that offers fingertip armrest controls. John Deere’s 670GP (Grade Pro) motor grader is a good-looking machine that offers fingertip armrest controls. John Deere’s 670GP (Grade Pro) motor grader is a good-looking machine that offers fingertip armrest controls.

The team from Earthmovers & Excavators magazine and TradeEarthmovers.com.au spent some time at the recent Civenex infrastructure expo in Sydney to check out some of the interesting earthmoving equipment on offer.

Held out at the Sydney Dragway in Eastern Creek, the show was smaller than in previous years and attendance didn’t seem as high, but exhibitors said they were still closing a number of good deals and attendees were lining up to enter our competition for a DJI Phantom 2 Vision Drone.

Check out the gallery above for some of the heavy gear that caught our eye.

 

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