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KGB Diesels

KGB Diesels is a privately owned company established in 2010 based in Walkerston, Queensland and service the local Mackay area and surrounding mines sites. We are underground machine specialists that provide diesel and underground machine repairs, maintenance services, spare parts, field services and spare parts sales to the underground mining industry.


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8 Bold StWalkerston QLD 4751
Phone: 07 4959 2721 Fax: 07 4959 2724

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