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The National Group is set to further strengthen its position in the mining sector

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announced by National Group 4 months , category: Mining, Rural & Agriculture
One of Australia’s leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) has engaged National Machinery Xchange (NMX), part of the National Group as the exclusive agency to manage the sale of surplus CAT® parts...

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announced by National Group 5 months , category: Energy, Mining, Resources
As featured in Australian Mining Magazine, February 2019 Edition, Written by Ewen Hosie

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National Group’s Port-to-Pit Approach The National Group comprises of leading companies servicing the mining, resource, logistics and personnel supply industries. The National Group takes a port-to-pit...
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The National Group have closed out a record breaking 2018 and started 2019 off with a bang by delivering a pair of brand new Excavators into Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
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announced by National Group over 2 years , category: Mining
The arrival of twelve new Komatsu 830Es is fairly uncommon in Australia and as such has created quite a stir in the market.
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Following the impressive acquisition by National Group’s leading brand- National Plant & Equipment, of an additional 16 Komatsu 830E electric drive dump trucks into the Australian market, it didn’t take long for client, Anglo American to take up the o

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The National Group comprises of leading companies servicing the mining, resource, logistics and personnel supply industries.
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The sizeable additions to NPE’s already large and ever-growing fleet of over 250 items of mining equipment, further reinforces its position as a leading specialist in heavy earth moving equipment for the mining industry.

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National Group’s premier brand National Plant & Equipment (NPE), has delivered the first of their two new Liebherr R 996B Excavators to Fortescue Metals Group’s (Fortescue) Christmas Creek site.
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