A number of Sany construction equipment were used on a rural road network project undertaken by the Carrathool municipal government in southeastern Australia.
Carrathool Shire is located in New South Wales, and lies, adjacent to the Mid-Western Highway, north of the Sturt Highway. The shire comprises an area of 18,933 square kilometers (7,310 mi²), with over 15,000 square kilometers being used in rural pursuits. The value of agricultural production in the area amounts to over $250 million.
Carrathool’s municipal government undertook the construction of the second-largest rural road network in New South Wales to support the local agricultural industry.
The road length of the project was more than 2,500 km. Two SMG200 motor graders, two SSR200 rollers and two YL25E rollers from Sany were used on the project. All the equipment operated continuously for at least eight hours every day, making high machine quality and reliable after-sales service support of utmost importance.