Half a century of development in Australia’s largest city
ABAX Contracting and their growing fleet of Hitachi, Bell and John Deere machines are put to work assisting the continual growth in Sydney’s suburban regions.
For 50 years ABAX Contracting Pty. Ltd. has provided civil and services to Sydney’s ever growing suburban landscape. The company’s impressive fleet support a broad range of projects from quarrying, landfill and earthmoving. A notable venture for the company was the redevelopment of the Harbourside shopping complex in Sydney’s renowned Darling Harbour district.
The breadth of their services is illustrated through the extensive fleet of machines within the Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia Pty. Ltd. (HCA) family including; 6 x ZX330 LC-3 Hitachi Excavators, 3 John Deere 670G Graders and a Bell 30 tonne dump truck. Operator comfort, less routine maintenance and more efficient cycles are some of the key reasons that ABAX have established an ongoing relationship with HCA. The machines are mostly utilised for sub division work in the growth corridors of Sydney where their technology, fuel performance and reliability are an asset.
ABAX Contracting Pty Ltd are at the forefront of new and upcoming projects across the Sydney region, supporting projects from basic operations such as trenching, to a polished presentation of a marketable block of land. Their ability to thrive in business since 1968 is in part due to their adoption of new technologies to stay ahead of the curve.
“Working on integrating drone and associated technology to stay ahead of future challenges, we are currently involved with approximately 25 subdivision projects across Sydney and running a development arm involved with site acquisition and delivery of residential, retail and industrial projects in NSW.” States Director Tom Baxter.
Tom speaks highly of HCA Construction Equipment Sales Representative Barry Cahill “Have always found Barry to be friendly, reliable, and cooperative and acts with a lot of integrity. If we need a machine Barry is one of the first people I call.”