Hitachi ticks all the boxes for Queensland earthmoving specialist
After a company rebranding effort in 2009, Boss Earthmoving continues to grow from strength to strength.
Boss Earthmoving’s capabilities stretch across South-East Queensland, northern New South Wales and some of Australia’s largest mine sites. It delivers a wide range of excavation services and quality machine solutions.
The boss himself, Daniel Prespwidge, highlighted the importance of what it means to be a key player within the industry.
“The earthmoving industry is extremely competitive,” he said.
“What makes us stand out is the fact we adhere to a strict machine service and maintenance schedule, offer onsite mechanics and supervisors, and guarantee a high level of experience for all our operators.”
A fleet of eight Hitachi excavators are driving productivity across several worksites. The line-up includes one ZX17U-2, two ZX30U-3s, two ZX50U-3s and one ZX55U-5, a ZX85USB-3 and one ZX135US-3.
The company recently purchased the new Hitachi ZX55U-5 mini excavator, a compact yet powerful addition to its expanding fleet.
“We utilise our machines across a diverse range of applications within the general construction, civil construction and mining industries,” said Daniel.
“This reflects our choice in using Hitachi machinery and they have not let us down.”
The Boss Earthmoving team continues to be impressed by the performance of their Hitachi fleet and the support from Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA).
“The advantage of using Hitachi is the minimal downtime. Due to the high reliability of our machines, we can comfortably deliver projects on time, on budget and to the highest quality.
“From the very first machine we purchased from HCA, we knew we would never have to go anywhere else. We received great service from the moment we walked in the door and always receive outstanding support from our sales representative Ross Anderson.
“We’ve never had any mechanical issues – ensuring reliability is a major factor that comes into play when buying a new Hitachi machine.”