Open Thursday May 20 and Friday May 21, CivEnEx 2010 promises to be Australia’s biggest infrastructure expo.
The show will feature the newly released three-in-one Multijob MJX from the Haulotte Group. According to Haulotte, Multijob is a front-end loader, a backhoe loader and an excavator all rolled into one compact and easy to control machine.
“The product was released a few years ago in Europe and it’s already been very successful in Italy, Spain and France,” says Managing Director Damien Gautier.
Husqvarna will also be at CivEnEx showing its TrioBrake protection system, which is said to improve safety, efficiency and ergonomics when working with a chainsaw, making it possible to activate the chain break in three different ways.
The company says the system encourages a more correct and ergonomic working technique, thereby minimising strain on the user and reducing the likelihood of hazardous situations occurring. The system is fitted to the 346 professional range saw.
CivEnEx will also feature the Healy Group’s Spitzlift – a lightweight portable crane that can lift up to 400kgs. The body of the crane weighs just 15kg and allows the operator to relocate the crane to multiple mounting locations. It is equipped with various mounting attachments and can be mounted onto almost anything including utes, table tops, vans, trailers, floor trolleys, barges and even scaffolding.
Also at CivEnEx will be TWS Hire, who has provided its latest model compact water trucks and self-drive TEREX site dumpers to contractor, J.A Bradshaw Civil Construction on work for Sydney’s Cranbrook School.
East Coast Industrial Factories will also have a presence at CivEnEx. The company specialises in the manufacture and erection of clear-span industrial sheds constructed to the highest specifications and using the very best materials. The company says “They are built to last”.
Don’t miss this year’s CivEnEx – May 20 and 21 at Western Sydney International Dragway, Eastern Creek.
Images (top to bottom): Haulotte’s three-in-one Multijob MJX; Husqvarna’s TrioBrake; and the Healy Group’s Spitzlift.