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Additional Earthquake Assistance

Friday, 04 December 2015 11:16

We at the Komatsu Group hereby extend our sincere condolences to the people who have been adversely affected by the earthquake and Tsunami which occurred on March 11, 2011 and to their relatives as well.

Earthquake off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku

Friday, 04 December 2015 11:12

We hereby extend our sincere condolences to the people suffering from the earthquake and Tsunami which occurred on March 11, 2011. 

Komatsu Ltd. (President & CEO: Kunio Noji) will provide assistance equivalent to JPY 300 million, including material assistance, as follows.

[Contents of Assistance]


Friday, 04 December 2015 11:07


You’ll be pleased to know that Komatsu Forklift Australia is the proud National Sponsor of the Christmas Parties for Special Children initiative. Our assistance to one of the most important event series in the country meant that the Parties were big enough to cater for over 15,000 children nationally in 2010.

Cyclone and Floods do not stop Komatsu Forklft Australia

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:58

Komatsu Forklift Australia responded exceedingly well to the adversity we faced across Queensland.  All our customers hire fleet forklifts that were damaged by the flood were replaced immediately by Komatsu ensuring our customers were not adversely affected.  Our policy was to help every customer to the maximum of our ability.

Cyclone Yasi

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:57

The destruction brought by Cyclone Yasi in Far North Queensland has distressed all of us at Komatsu Forklift.  At this time our thoughts are with those that have lost so much.

Queensland Flood Update

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:51

Komatsu Forklift Australia would like to take this opportunity to update you on the latest situation regarding our business operations in Queensland. 

Due to the deduction of our Queensland team our businesses in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville and Cairns are open and operating at near 100% capability. Our Brisbane field service is unaffected and continue to operate with all available staff. 

Brisbane Floods

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:49

The destruction brought by the flooding in Queensland and Northern NSW has shocked all of us at Komatsu Forklift.  At this time our thoughts are with those that have lost so much.

The Complete Forklift Range

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:48

Komatsu have been making forklifts for almost 50 years. With that experience and coming from a background in heavy construction equipment they are now globally recognised as one of the leading manufacturers of ergonomic and exceptionally well engineered forklifts that are built to last.  

Komatsu Forklift Launch OMG Warehouse Forklifts

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:47

Komatsu Forklift Australia launched the first new warehouse equipment brand downunder in over 20 years. OMG, one of Europe’s most prestigious and fastest growing warehouse equipment manufacturers, was unveiled today to become a valuable addition to the Komatsu range. 

The Komatsu team, including Mr Hironaka, Vice President Komatsu Utility Japan, from Komatsu Forklift Australia Managing Director Ted Ishikawa, and General Manager, Joe Hashem were joined by OMG’s Export Manager Massimo Marchetti to celebrate the release of the OMG range that includes a reach truck, renown for the best vision in the industry.

A Second Trade

Friday, 04 December 2015 10:43

Stephen Rimoldi joined our company in 2004 as a third year apprentice boiler maker. Stephen initially was a great asset on the field as a response technician for one of our major clients, Wooloworths. In 2006, we decided to transfer Stephen to the workshop. We were keen to use his skills in our crane division. Stephen’s abilities have been put to good use with the installation and commission of the many cranes we have sold.



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