Hyundai Construction Equipment Australia  (HCEA) are a model example of an organisation poised to prosper during the 2009 period. Nick Barnsdall, CEO, Hyundai Construction Equipment Australia stated that Hyundai have exploded in 2009 with strong support from the market for their range of construction equipment. Hyundai Construction Equipment Australia are embarking on a series of development and support projects during 2009 to further their growth.

HCEA developed their offer to the industrial sector by providing support and parts infrastructure coupled with the latest product innovations.

Queensland and NSW Hyundai distributor Eagle Equipment are reported to be in the final stages of building for their new Brisbane offices and workshop based in Rocklea. The new facility houses a 6 bay comprehensive equipment service and repairs workshop coupled to the new corporate offices. According to Dale Speeding, General Manager, Eagle Equipment, the new facility has been built to provide better support to the earthmoving and construction industry by ensuring good equipment parts and service programmes. The HCEA dealer network currently holds over $10 million worth of spare parts in Australia, which jumps to over $17 million if the organisation operations in New Zealand are also included.

Launching the Dash 9 series at ACE in Melbourne will include the R210LC-9 (21t Crawler Excavator) and the R290LC-9 (29t Crawler Excavator). Possessing advanced technology, safety features and economy, the Dash 9 series of Excavators and Wheel Loaders is sure to impress. Hyundai’s Backhoe range is scheduled to arrive in the third quarter of 2009.