Bundaberg Walkers Engineering Ltd

About:

Originally, Bundaberg Foundry was established in Bundaberg in 1888 with Walkers being established in 1869 in Maryborough. Following the acquisition of the Walkers Sugar Business in 2003, Bundaberg Foundry Engineers Ltd moved to change the operating name to Bundaberg Walkers Engineering Limited in January 2008. This combination of iconic names ensures that industry expertise developed over the last century was not lost. It can now be said that Bundaberg Walkers Engineering Ltd has accumulated over 260 years experience in the engineering business.

Activity:

Bundaberg Walkers Engineering Ltd. is one of the larger manufacturing facilities located in Queensland and offers a high quality competitive option on heavy engineered products such as pressure vessels, process and storage tanks, heavy structural steel work and other work typically associated with a heavy engineering workshop.
With design and project management personnel, we can offer design, manufacture, supply and installation for a full turnkey package.

Products:

Engineering Design and Drafting
Project Management
Fabrication and Installation of heavy structural steelwork
Process and Pressure vessels
Medium to large fabricated equipment
We specialise in low to medium carbon and stainless steel as well as speciality hard wearing materials commonly found in the mining industry
Large, Heavy to Medium Machining
CNC Machining
Steel, Iron and brass castings. Bundaberg Walkers is one of the few jobbing foundries in Queensland that offers castings over 20 tonnes.

New Products:

An additional MVR-40 Plano Mill, New 62"Swing CNC Poreba Lathe, and a new CNC Horizontal Boring and Milling Machine. Please refer to our company website for additional information.

Website:

www.bundabergwalkers.com.au

Specialization:

Medium to Heavy Fabrication
Medium to Heavy Machining
Specialised castings.

Offices:

QLD

Address:

PO Box 12
BUNDABERG, QLD
4670

 

Phone:

07 4150 8700

 

Fax:

07 4150 8711

 

Mobile:

0407 589 764

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