‘Built to last’ – Striker appoints Onetrak as the dealer for Australia
Striker mobile crushers and screens have been working in Australia for over 20 years. The company is privately owned, Australian built and bred, and encompasses the core values of a ‘can do’ attitude and specialises in crushers and screens that are ‘built to last’.
All Striker crushers and screens are track-mounted and used in various applications ranging from traditional quarrying, mining and recycling to more specialised applications like gold and copper heap leaching operations, rare earth projects and the disposal of illegal ivory.
Striker products are today sold and serviced all over the world through an expanding network of dealers. Australia has always been the home of Striker and with the Striker team focusing more on manufacturing and further product development the decision was made to appoint Onetrak as the dealer of Striker in Australia. Onetrak’s expertise in sales and service makes it the perfect fit for the Striker network.
Onetrak was founded in Tasmania and celebrated its 10th anniversary last year. Today the business has branches spreading across six Australian states.
“Our focus at Onetrak is providing global leading brands to the Australian market whilst providing a very high level of customer service. When we began looking for a crushing a screening supplier it became obvious that Striker indeed manufactured high quality and productive machinery, but more importantly for us, they understood the Australian market explicitly and shared a very simular can-do culture to Onetrak,” said David Hazell, Managing Director of Onetrak.
David Hazell continued to explain the activities put in place to support the new Striker partnership.
“Since signing the agreement we have invested in product support and technical training, ordered key parts inventory and have the first three tracked machines scheduled to arrive shortly. A key ingredient we feel Onetrak can bring to this partnership is increased aftersales support from either of our 6 facilities located across Australia or any one of the 25 field service trucks that can attend our more remote customer’s needs”.