We are manufacturers of specialised equipment
Redmond Gary Australia commenced operations in 1963 and is a well established manufacturer of specialised equipment for use in handling overhead, underground and trailing cables. Our comprehensive range of equipment includes elevating work platforms, crane borers and cable handling equipment. We have earned our reputation by supplying high quality reliable machinery to our customers throughout Australia and around the world.
Our equipment is proudly designed and manufactured right here in Australia and fully complies with Australian Standards. This equipment has rugged design characteristics ensuring long life in harsh Australian conditions.
Industries we work for
Redmond Gary is a well established manufacturer of specialised EWP, MEWP, pole borer and cable handling equipment for the electricity distribution and telecommunications industries.
We design and manufacture specialised equipment for picking up and placing trailing cables for a wide range of mining equipment that is electrically powered.
Safety News: Workplace Health and Safety Advocate: Jed Millen
As part of Redmond Gary Australia’s commitment to focus on improving our safety and injury management processes, we invited Workplace Health and Safety Advocate, Jed Millen, to speak to our staff about his firsthand experience recovering from a workplace injury that ended his career as a rigger. Jed was injured when the bridge deck he was working on collapsed under his feet and he fell five metres onto the ground, permanently injuring his upper spine vertebrae.
RGA Apprentice takes out a TAFE QUEENSLAND 2018 Apprentice Award
A huge congratulations to Jason Miller, who was nominated for (and went on to win!) the TAFE Queensland, Gold Coast – 2nd Year Engineering Apprentice of the Year Award.
Safety News: Redmond Gary Has Completed WHSQ’s IPAM Program
This year Redmond Gary Australia completed the Injury Prevention and Management (IPaM) Program after working in conjunction with Workplace Health and Safety Queensland for the past two and a half years to improve our safety and injury management systems.