RDW Ex­ca­va­tor Parts un­veils dealer net­work for ALLU

RDW Ex­ca­va­tor Parts un­veils na­tional dealer net­work for ALLU prod­ucts

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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.

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

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.

“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.

“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.”

[The ALLU Trans­former] helps to save on the ex­pense of oth­er­wise costly jobs.

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