Kador Engineering is a privately owned, Australian manufacturer of quality engineered products, proudly supplying Australia’s miners, original equipment manufacturers, contract miners and all facets of the resource and energy industry since 1972.
Kador Engineering is a leading manufacturer of heavy duty water tankers, heavy duty service vehicles, bottom belly dumpers, dump truck bodies, buckets, coal and mineral processing equipment and ancillary products used in the mining industry. Our water tankers and service vehicles are being manufactured under licence in Africa.
We also manufacture pressure vessels and LPG storage tanks, process piping and skids to AS1210 for the oil and gas industries, as well as automotive components, plate work and structural fabrication.
With a presence in some of the world’s principal mining regions Kador provides a full complement of spare parts for our OEM water tankers and service vehicles delivered on-time and backed by through-life product support.
Component ManufacturerCrane Components, Heavy Duty Spray Rigs, Heavy Load Haul Truck Bodies, Rear Dump Bodies, Heavy Duty Service Vehicles, Storage Tanks, Automotive Components, Coal/Mineral Processing Components
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