Driver engineered for the end user

Engineered driver for the end user

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Jessica, Jacob, Meagan and Sam Quattromani with Chloe Johnson (centre) and front - Jasmine Quattromani and Brianna Hanslow.

Jessica, Jacob, Meagan and Sam Quattromani with Chloe Johnson (centre) and front - Jasmine Quattromani and Brianna Hanslow.

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Throughout the years Horsley Engineering has consistently designed and engineered post drivers with the end user in mind.

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Throughout the years Horsley Engineering has consistently designed and engineered post drivers with the end user in mind.

Accommodating the needs of a vast array of people and industries. they aim at revolutionising the way people do jobs so they can get on with business.

"We do this every day by applying new technologies that achieve top performance, we couple this with quality and a deep understanding of our customers needs," Horsley's Meagan Quattromani said.

"We believe our post drivers shouldn't just be built to perform – they should deliver maximum efficiency, economy and practicality as well as maintain the personal touch behind the machine.

"More and more Australians are choosing to stick to the higher quality more reliable comprehensive range that we offer.

"Our journey began on long rugged fence lines driving the 'steelies' in by hand, then we advanced to lugging around a large compressor and pulling copious amounts of air hose for our pneumatic post driver.

"This was a much faster way to drive the posts in, but the expense was large, the set up was large and the driver was large. 

"Here we are today in our own workshop in Sydney making and producing the much improved version of the rough prototype with a focus on quality and convenience that the original idea was founded upon."

  • Visit: www.horsleywholesale.com.au.
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