Profile: Sanland Equipment

A quick look at the crushing and screening range available at Sanland Equipment

Reserved wear parts for models of crushers in NZ

Finding the right balance between cost, quality, and delivery speed is a common challenge for all operations.

In New Zealand, this challenge is amplified, where buyers have become accustomed to speciality parts usually coming with both a high price tag and a longer lead time.

However, Sanland Equipment says they are committed to proving to Kiwis that it’s possible to expect excellence in all three aspects.  

Bulk buying capabilities

Holding what they say is the largest stock of crushing, screening, and material handling parts in New Zealand, Sanland Equipment can offer some of the best prices in the market through their direct-from-manufacturer bulk buying capabilities.

"We keep all critical spares of equipment known to us in stock and dispatched on the same day when it’s urgently required. Unplanned downtime isn’t something to ever lose sleep over," says company director Frank Sun.

Local engineering

"Being locally owned, we continue to invest locally. Our commitment to in-house design and engineering in New Zealand also means that anything we sell is produced intentionally for the domestic market.

Whether it’s a custom-made crushing plant or the refurbishment of crushing chambers and re-engineered components (and everything in between), we stand behind the quality and durability of our work."

Sanland says they prioritise building strong partnerships with companies that share their values of providing high-quality products at competitive prices and enhancing their capabilities.

Vertical shaft impact technology

"One of our valued partners is Pilot Crushtec, an industry leader in vertical shaft impact (VSI) crushing technology based in South Africa. Their modular VSI crushers have helped numerous New Zealand quarries improve sand production, and we have new models of modular VSI crushers in stock and ready to deliver exceptional results," says Frank.

Slow speed shredders

A Pilot Crushtec VSI used for sand making and rock shaping

Recognising the trend of shifting to a more circular economy, Sanland Equipment has also partnered with Komplet to introduce a new type of versatile slow-speed shredders into
the country.

The Komplet Krokodile is a single machine that can handle an impressive range of materials, from oversized reinforced concrete and limestone to general waste and wood.

The Krokodile crushing oversized C&D material

"When compared to similar mobile impact or jaw crushers, the Krokodile is significantly more cost-effective, as it’s more fit for purpose, and the best part, no rock crusher experience necessary.

There’s possibly no other machine on the market with a better potential for return
on investment for a savvy operator," says Frank. "We’ve tailored our business and offerings to meet the wants and needs of our New Zealand customers, instead of expecting them to adapt to us," says Frank.

For business owners interested in improving their material processing operational costs and reliability, or if it’s simply a need for a specific machine part, Sanland says they are well-resourced to help.

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