In a move designed to deliver benefits to customers and change the way its products are presented to the market, Astec Industries has announced a major restructuring of the company’s business model.
With the growing demand for more sustainable road construction and maintenance solution, road base reclamation and soil stabilisation are becoming a common sight.
The Shuttle Buggy has been a crucial piece of equipment to project sites since its introduction in Australian markets nearly 24 years ago. Fulton Hogan is just one of Astec’s many clients who are thrilled with the machine.
Local contractor Roadworx worked with Cleary Brothers on the $20 million upgrade to Shellharbour Airport in New South Wales.
Weiler has created a new style of remixing transfer vehicle, distributed by Hastings Deering in QLD and NT. Paul Montgomery, General Manager at Base Course Management details its use of the machine on a major project for Sunshine Coast Airport.