Endraulic is a company with a long history of supplying machinery to the New Zealand market.
Focusing on Mustang skid steer loaders through the 80s and 90s, in 2005, Endraulic started broadening its range to be a true specialist in compact earthmoving equipment. The introduction of Sunward mini-excavators was the culmination of research and planning. “There were two brands of Japanese manufactured mini-excavators not represented in New Zealand when we first started looking at what was a good fit for our business,” says Blair Sargison, sales manager at Endraulic Ltd, “but at the time, China was really starting to make an impact on the world stage. When we saw the quality and range available from Sunward, we knew it was a stronger long-term move and we haven’t been disappointed.”
The latest product range to be added to Endraulic’s compact line-up is the Boxer range of compact track loaders. “In a country where we have lots of rain, mud and hills, it makes much more sense to offer a track mini-loader for tight job sites than a wheeled machine,” says Sargison. “Track mini loaders offer job-site accessibility, stability and pushing power. Boxer is the originator of this line of machines and remains the leader. We’re really pleased to have had long-term wheeled machine operators make the switch, and we also have units going into hire companies.” Combined with these three product lines, Endraulic also supplies a full range of attachments for compact machines: “Augers, breakers, buckets, grinders, profilers, rakes, trenchers … If you can think of a job, there’s bound to be an attachment to make it easier, faster and more profitable. Through our network of suppliers, we have literally hundreds of attachments available,” adds Sargison.
Having the full range of compact solutions means that Endraulic knows its business and the requirements of its customers. It also backs up everything it sells with a full range of locally stocked parts and a service network that covers the country, while maintaining an attitude to personal service that most companies just can’t match.
“We have a large stock of parts right here in Auckland, ready to go. Occasionally a customer will need something we don’t have in stock. For instance, one of our first Sunward customers smashed the dipper cylinder before we had stock. So we pulled one off a new machine and got him going again. We understand how important downtime is for our customers and we do everything in our power to get them up and running. We like to support our machines and attachments with personal service where the customer is looked after,” Sargison concludes.