Whether it's stump grinders, wood chippers, directional drills or surface miners, we've been delivering real impact on our customer’s productivity and profit for over 65 years.
Vermeer Australia is part of the worldwide dealer network of Vermeer Corporation, a manufacturer based in Pella, Iowa, comprising over 6,000 people in 60 nations. We deliver real impact on our customer’s productivity and profit through the provision of high-quality construction, environmental and surface mining equipment and the support of a nationwide network of factory trained and certified dealerships.
Latest News from Vermeer
Equipped and Underway: turnkey solution enhances HDD construction ... Read more
Utility spoke with John Herbert, Program Manager SA at Fulton Hogan, to learn more about their new equipment, recent works and the company’s expanded capabilities.
New products from SherrillTree - March 2016 ... Read more
Check out the latest arbor gear from SherrillTree for the month of March. See your local Vermeer dealer for details.
Vermeer proud to again be Silver Sponsors at HIRE16 ... Read more
Vermeer Australia are proud to again be silver sponsors of the Hire and Rental Industry Association nation convention, HIRE16, to be held at Queensland's Gold Coast on 5 - 6 May 2016.
Vermeer introduces the first ride-on stump grinder ... Read more
Vermeer has introduced the SC40TX stump cutter in Australia, featuring a first-of-its-kind ride-on platform providing speed, maneuverability and operator comfort, as well as a host of other revolutionary features.
Vermeer opens new Melbourne dealership ... Read more
Vermeer celebrated the opening of its new Melbourne dealership in Derrimut with an invite-only Grand Opening and Customer Day on Friday 20 November.
Australia Wide Directional Drilling (AWDD) cover story in the March 2015 edition of Trenchless Australasia ... Read more
Australia Wide Directional Drilling (AWDD) are the cover story in the March 2015 edition of Trenchless Australasia, featuring their intersect drilling crossing of Queensland’s Kolan River.