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Crush Tech Mining

Crush Tech Mining was established in 2012, based in Emerald, QLD servicing the Surat, Bowen and Galilee Basins.

We specialise in the maintenance and repair of heavy earthmoving equipment together with civil and quarry operations. Our team of professionally skilled tradesmen provide quality workmanship, excellence in safety and productivity as well as extensive industry experience.

Crush Tech Mining provide maintenance and repairs to heavy diesel and heavy earthmoving equipment, heavy mobile plant, fixed plant, quarry projects, mobile crushers and screens and civil works. We are able to ensure customer satisfaction which is safe, cost effective and on time.

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Emerald QLD 4720
Phone: 07 4987 4245


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