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Getting down with non-destructive digging

Vacuum excavation, a form of non-destructive digging (NDD), is the safest way to dig. The technique offers a fast, effective...

Government announces enhanced tax concessions to support business capital investment

The government has increased the instant asset write-off from $30k to $150k until 30 June 2020.

COVID-19 Update: Our arrangements for sales, parts & service support

As we continue to navigate through the unprecedented challenges posed by Coronavirus, we want to reassure you that we are committed to supporting you during these uncertain times.

Driving solar project delivery

Late last year, the Australian Energy Market Operators (AEMO) releases of the Draft 2020 Integrated System Plan (ISP). The ISP has highlighted the need for over 30GW of new utility-scale renewable generation to replace coal-fired generation by 2040.

Selecting the Right Trenching Solution

While excavators are widely used and have their place for some construction applications, it is crucial for organisations to consider the impact that alternate machinery, such as a trencher, could have on project outcomes.

Top 10 items to have on an HDD jobsite

There are some items that can help make working on a jobsite better every day. Here’s a top ten list of jobsite tools that Vermeer sees when they are out visiting customers.

Vacuum excavators prove a versatile partner to arborists

Today’s trailer-mounted vacuum excavators, like Vermeer’s VX30-250, are well-suited to tree care and open space maintenance applications due to their portability and as only one person is required to operate the unit

Are Your Excavation Practices Leaving You Exposed?

By using a non-destructive digging solution, such as a Vermeer vacuum excavator, contractors can greatly reduce these risks and ensure the safety of their workers and the community, while also minimising the possibility of damage to existing utility infrastructure.