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Hardy Spicer

Hardy Spicer is an Australian owned and operated company that was established in the 1940’s in Burwood, Victoria, which later on in the 1950’s became a part of the Repco Group.

We are a competitive supplier in after-market driveline and hydraulics products. As we grew over the years, there was a demand in inventory management and we implemented an inventory management system called MICQ-IF that would enable all of our branches had the correct stock at the right time for our customer’s requirements.

With Hardy Spicer’s service centres and branches all over Australia, we are sure to provide our customers with the products they are looking for that will withstand our country’s harsh environments.


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43 Margaret Vella DrPaget QLD 4740
Phone: 07 4914 2100 Fax: 07 4914 2199
hardyspicer.com.au

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