Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Digga and the promise of quality it offers

Digga is the most prominent Australian company that manufactures world-class equipment for various industries, ranging from manufacturing units to large agricultural farms. Established by Stewart Wright in the year 1981, this company has gained enviable international repute within just two decades of its existence. The objective of this company to produce highly functional products at low prices without compromising on the quality has contributed to its immense popularity in a short span of time. Though this company came into existence to manufacture various types of drilling augers for the agriculture industry, today this company is renowned the world over for its wide range of attachments it manufactures for various heavy duty machinery that is used in different sectors.

All Digga equipment comes with an assurance of quality that is unparalleled. This Australian owned and operated company has over two hundred employees on its payroll and a strong presence in many countries all over the world. Gear boxes for land moving equipment and a plethora of attachments such as trenchers, buckets, brooms, ramps, grinders, hoes and tillers are some of the many attachments this company is famous for. The concept of pendulum drilling was first introduced to Australia by this company. It is also the world leader in the manufacturing of trenching attachments as well as planetary drive boring.

The research and development wing of Digga has a team of 12 research engineers and designers whose sole objective is to understand the current requirements to engineer and design new attachments and equipment that can simplify a wide range of tasks. State-of –the-art technology is used to design and engineer eachDigga equipment. Despite the impeccable quality, enhanced functionality and improved versatility of all the attachments and other machinery developed by this company, they are highly affordable and not just suited for the Australian market, but for work conditions in any part of the world.

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