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BAC to the future for Komatsu

15-02-2011
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Industrial workbenches from BAC Systems have been newly-installed in Komatsu Australia’s heavy duty repair workshops.

Toolstorage cabinets with drawers and customised BAC partitioning material sets have been furnished for each industrial workstation. Benchtops are crafted from heavy-duty galvanised steel, with a 40 mm solid timber core for noise and shock absorption. Each workbench is further equipped with shadowboard-styled toolpanel racks to fasten odd-sized tools and working blueprints to the back of the workbench for instant access. Mobile BAC workbenches are also available to complement the workbench systems, streamlining the job flow in a busy workplace.

Komatsu Australia has the largest company branch network in the Australian construction, mining and heavy equipment industry.

The company has 25 branches and 35 service depots strategically located close to key mining and civil contracting industries in all states, operating as a single national network around the country.

BAC Systems
Ph: 02 9832 2777
www.bacsystems.com.au

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