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18 April 2018
Kobelco Sk12SR miniexcavator DDT

Listening to the industry and what customers were after in their excavators, Kobelco identified there was a gap between their mini models which needed filling. Unveiling the new SK12SR mini excavator at The National Diesel, Dirt & Turn expo on 13th to 15th April 2018, Kobelco Australia received positive feedback on the new addition. "Kobelco mini excavators are known for their toughness and durability. The SK12SR is a versatile machine, great for those jobs in closely confined spaces, and the pilot-controlled operation offers exceptional manoeuvrability that gives the operator the confidence and comfort to get the job done well," shared Kobelco General Manager of Sales & service, Doug McQuinn.

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5 April 2018
Kobelco SK12SR excavator new model

Kobelco Australia will be unveiling the new SK12SR (1.2T) mini excavator later this month. Currently, Kobelco’s mini models start with the SK008 (1 tonne) and then move to SK17SR (1.7 tonne) excavators. Now with the SK12SR model being released it will bring more variety and versatility for companies working in confined areas. This machine will be ideal for those carrying out landscaping works, laying cable or constructing verges.

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21 February 2018
Kobelco Conference 2018 sk135sr6 training 5

It was an exciting start to February for Brisvegas Machinery hosting Kobelco Dealers from Australia and New Zealand for Day 1 of the Annual Kobelco Dealer Conference before heading down to the Gold Coast for the formal conference proceedings.

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16 November 2017
fuel gaugereduced

So many excavator owners and operators overlook the importance of excavator fuel consumption when deciding which brand excavator to purchase, yet the fuel consumption could be the sole reason your business isn’t doing as well as it could.

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30 October 2017
Kobelco excavator geoscan

Kobelco has been at the fore-front of intregrating the latest technologies to stay ahead of the plant equipment market. GeoScan, their remote fleet tracking and management system, is one of the many systems they have developed to stay ahead and Kobelco excavator owners should know how beneficial this system can be to the success of their businesses.  

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4 September 2017
Geoscan pic

Since Kobelco’s excavator remote monitoring system (Geoscan) was first introduced, a common question we get through our branches is “what exactly is it?”

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24 July 2017
Kobelco SK300LC generation10 excavator

The Earthmoving Equipment team recently test drove the Kobelco SK300LC-10 and here is what they had to say;

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12 April 2017

Earlier this year marked the annual Kobelco Australia Parts Meeting held in Japan. Managers of different Kobelco dealerships throughout Australia and New Zealand travelled to Japan to three of the Kobelco factories; Okubo Factory in Akashi City, Numata Factory in Hiroshima City and the Itsukaichi Factory in Hiroshima City.

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1 March 2017
Kobelco SK300LC image

A new 30-tonne excavator will be available in Australia in less than a month. The SK300-LC by Kobelco is the answer to industry calls for a reliable and efficient heavy excavator and one that won't disappoint the industry.

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21 February 2017

Step 1:

Retrieve the email sent to you by Kobelco which contains your ID and temporary password. This email would have been sent to you shortly after the delivery of your Kobelco excavator.

Your ID and Password will look like this:
ID:    S5327P00001 (example only)
PW:  S5327P00001 (example only)

Step 2:

Step 3:
Click the option to change your password after login. Follow the prompts to change your password and once this is completed click the link above again to login.

Step 4:
Click on the Settings tab in the top right hand corner to register your email address to receive notifications for your machine. Once you click into settings this will be the first option to select from. 

Geo scan image 1

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