ALR has been operating since 1994 and has weathered all the ups and downs of the economic changes during the last 20 years. Andrew is the backbone of ALR .
Andrew has spent over 30 years in the earthmoving repair business. His early years were spent in the employ of JI Case (Australia) on the workshop floor at Darra. Then in field service and finally as workshop supervisor. He left Case in early 1994 and started working for himself as a mobile earthmoving machinery repairer. ALR Earthmoving Repairs has been servicing and repairing many owner operator’s machines and other various company earthmoving machines ever since.
All these years of personal service to our customers, repairing machinery and keeping their machines going, has given Andrew vast experience in troubleshooting and diagnosing faults in hydraulics, transmissions, engines, electrics and most importantly he recognizes the needs of customers – whether they are fleet owners or owner operators. There is hardly a problem found on a Case machine that Andrew has not seen before.
This experience has been a key factor of our business, allowing ALR Earthmoving Repairs to keep offering it’s services to customers till now. Our reputation in this field speaks for itself.
Like any business, we can’t afford any lost profit so that means we want to avoid any failures on any repairs that we carry out – whether an oring is replaced at a fitting or a crown wheel and pinion on a 1450!
We want to do it once and we want to do it right. If customers aren’t happy they won’t come back and they’ll tell their mates – we don’t want that.
What does this mean for you? Basically, a better repair. At a time of grief, we will make you, a little bit happier by our providing an honest repair job, as quickly as possible, and hopefully, within your budget.
Our reputation relies on our customers being totally satisfied.
We welcome any enquiries concerning your problems on your Case equipment – we are ready to help.