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Tuesday, 10 October 2017 00:12

New Salesman/Serviceman

Quality Steel fabrications and Engineering have started a Salesman/Serviceman Denis Graham. Denis has had extensive experience with Alemlube, Installing and servicing Alemlube Car Hoists and other Hoists along with servicing and maintaining Trucks, Heavy Machinery Etc. Denis has worked from Mt. Isa to Townsville and from Port Douglas to Brisbane, Anywhere Alemlube wanted Denis to go, Denis went. So he spent around 6 1/2 years travelling the State gaining valuable experience in heavy machinery.   

Denis has been working with Aaron over the last month getting a hands on look at what we do, while searching out new customers for us. Denis likes to get in and get his hands dirty, so he knows what is needed in most cases. If he doesn't know he knows how to find out using a computer.

If you have a problem give us a call we know have Aaron, Artie and Denis to look after you and your machineries needs.

Monday, 05 June 2017 00:01

Cattle Crush and 5 Way Draft

Over the 30 years of Quality Steel Fabrications and Engineering being in Richmond, Matt Hudspith has worked alongside cattlemen of the area developing Cattle Handling Equipment suited to the way they work their Cattle. Our 5 way Draft originally was a copy of a 3 way draft on Yan Yeah Station, which was owned by Jill Phillips 30 years ago. Our 5 way draft has been made to handle large animals so it is a little longer than others. Matt  changed the Block off Gate so it was more Efficient then developed a self catching head bale. Others have copied this now, It was originally Matt Hudspith's idea.

A Race attaches to the Crush which attaches to the 5 Way Draft. This helps with Weaning, Checking, Ear Tagging, Spraying Etc. Penning and Separating your Cattle. Which helps to keep Costs down by helping to keep the whole process efficient.

 

Friday, 02 June 2017 00:08

Richmond Field Days

Well the Richmond Field Days are here again. Time seems to fly it's June already. We will be there on the 9th and 10th of June. Come along and see our display. Cattle panels are reduced for June 2017. We will have a 5 way draft and weighing pen crush on display.

Matt Hudspith along with Cattlemen from the Richmond area has been working on a calf cradle and self catching head bale.

Please come and have a look at it and maybe put in your 2 cents.