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LGP Approved Contractor

Approved Contractor for NSW Local Government Procurement

We are pleased to announce that eiengineering is now an Approved Contractor on the NSW Local Government Procurement (LGP) panel. You can purchase eiengineering buckets and attachments as part of the contract for Plant, Machinery and Equipment (LGP419) until 31 October 2022. This is a massive achievement as the process is very rigorous and the requirements are high level. Companies that can prove that they can deliver value for money products and services are appointed to the panel. We’re also recognised as a Sustainable Choice Supplier and are now on the Sustainable Choice Products and Services Database which is accessed by all councils.

NSW Councils and associated organisations can now Purchase or Request for a Quote on eiengineering products via the VendorPanel™ site. If you are purchasing machinery as well as attachments, please note that all of our products can be supplied via major Machine Dealers. These include Tutt Bryant Equipment, OneTrak, Komatsu, Hitachi, Kobelco, Kubota, Case Construction, Clark Equipment, Semco, Porter Group + more. You can find all of our dealers here.

Our excavator buckets and attachments are designed to deliver greater productivity which is ideal for local Government projects in order to meet deadlines and stay on budget. eiengineering digging buckets have been tested and proven to dig around 30% more in the same amount of time compared to others on the market. Our engineers have worked tirelessly over the past decade to produce the most efficient earthmoving attachments in the industry.

At eiengineering, we have a huge range of excavator buckets for sale and attachments for hire. Contact us today for the best excavator buckets money can buy. We also design and manufacture high performance Skidsteer and Wheel Loader attachments. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook to see our earthmoving attachments in action.

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