National dealer network established for ALLU

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Brisbane-based earthmoving equipment supplier RDW Excavator Parts (RDW) and manufacturer ALLU have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure ALLU’s product lines will be a success in the Australian market

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RDW now has Total Rock Breaking Solutions (TRS) in Western Australia; RAM Equipment in South Australia; Walkers Hammers in Victoria; DLM Machinery in Tasmania; Groundtec in New South Wales and Qld Rock Breakers (QRB) in Queensland and Northern Territory.

"Part of this strategy has been to appoint like-minded regional dealers, and we are pleased to announce that we now have most of the country well covered," RDW general manager Fred Carlsson says.

"Phase one of the ALLU launch was to prove that the product worked to pave the way for a serious assault on the market. We now have stock on the ground, spare parts and consumables, as well as demonstration units available," Carlsson explains. "Phase two is to utilise the technically competent dealer networks to mainstream the ALLU products and we look forward to achieving market wide success for our dealers and customers.

"Hot on the launch of the ALLU Transformer products, we now have a national dealer network that shares the commitment to providing a value for money solution using high quality products, and equally important is the capability of the network to confidently stand behind everything we do," he adds.

The company says that the ALLU Transformer is set to revolutionise everything from product recycling to on-site material processing. It’s not just a crusher bucket or a screening bucket.

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"The ALLU Transformer is a unique product capable of giving our customers a sustainable competitive advantage and can provide terrific efficiency and operational improvements," Carlsson says. "In essence, it’s an attachment with counter rotating shafts fitted with cams that break up the product and there are more than 120 applications for the ALLU Transformer.

"The applications are too numerous to run through individually, but the key way to look at this is like Bob the Builder: Reduce, Re-use, Recycle," Carlsson explains. "It helps to save on the expense of otherwise costly jobs including having to remove spoil from site (for instance bricks) and possibly transport replacement product back to site (like fill). Not only can it reduce your transport costs, but also reduces waiting time for replacement materials as well.

"You can save a lot of truckloads if the product can be more compact; reducing the air space in each load. It helps you to reduce steps that don’t add value to your business, like simply moving the product around.

"Alternate technologies struggle if the product has a certain amount of moisture, with the ALLU Transformer you can sieve wet soil and material to get the job done faster."

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