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    QLD contractor gets total value from Hyundai’s machines and service

    Porter Group

    Queensland company Annejeda operates a large fleet of machines from Hyundai Construction Equipment Australia , all backed by a service agreement for complete peace of mind.

    The 30-year-old growth-oriented company specialises in the roadworks, civil construction and gasworks sectors with projects ranging from highway flood repair works throughout South West Queensland to partnering with WestRex to create the Jackson Regulated Waste Facility in the Surat Basin.

    Annejeda employs about 45 staff across Queensland as well as a fleet of road trains, including side tippers, high volume side tippers, potable and construction water tankers and vacuum trucks in addition to six Hyundai wheel loaders and excavators, all purchased since early 2013.

    Annejeda’s Hyundai machines include three HL-770-9 wheel loaders, two R380LC-9 excavators and an R320LC-9 excavator. All the machines are backed by Hyundai’s industry-leading standard full factory warranty as well as service contracts for all machines that not only increase warranty coverage and offer discounted servicing but also ensure extended free access to Hyundai’s Hi-Mate remote monitoring tool.

    James Howard from Annejeda says the service agreement provides additional peace of mind in addition to reducing service costs as well as downtime costs since the agreement provides for a loan machine when required.

    The Hi-Mate tool allows James to remotely evaluate machine performance, access diagnostic information and verify machine locations, to increase productivity, time savings and machine security. In addition to the ability to keep track of his fleet, the tool also alerts him about any problem with the machines.

    Hyundai’s service quality has ensured trouble-free operation for Annejeda, helping them deliver customer projects on time and within budget. 

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