Ken MacDonald, owner and chief executive officer of Canadian forestry equipment manufacturer, Tigercat, and the team of Australian crushing and screening manufacturer Striker, have joined Onetrak staff and customers in celebrating the re-opening of Onetrak in Western Australia.
The event was held at Onetrak on 8 Wallis Road in Davenport. It celebrated the launch of new product lines, such as Hidromek construction equipment and the Onetrak yard was temporarily turned into an equipment demonstration site where customers were given the opportunity to drive and test a range of equipment including a Hidromek excavator and backhoe loader, Tigercat skidder and Dressta dozer. A Striker jaw crusher was also on static display during the event.
“We would like to thank all customers who showed interest in and attended the function,” said Onetrak regional manager for Western Australia, Hendrik Visser.
Our staff based in the Bunbury and Albany regions have taken Onetrak to a new level and we’re excited to see what the future holds with the addition of the new brands to our product portfolio.”
“I was very impressed with the quality of the backhoe, especially the plating and welding, compared to some other makes,” said David Cain of PLC Earthmoving. “I will be organising a demo with this machine in the new year.”
In 10 years Oentrak has grown from a single franchise in Tasmania to a large national network of outlets across the country. The company has committed to the southwestern region of WA in a significant way with its large, purpose-built facility in Bunbury.
It offers several new field service trucks with well-trained service technicians, a large investment in parts inventory plus new brands such as Striker, Hidromek and Terex Fuchs to complement its significant investment in the Tigercat forestry equipment range and Dressta dozer range.