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Austin enjoying buckets of goodness from Mainetec buy

AUSTIN Engineering has credited a 27% rise in group revenue year-on-year to $258.3 million for the 2022-23 financial year to the acquisition of Mainetec, which has helped deliver additional bucket business offerings.

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Austin HQ

However, Austin said its Western Australia operations had been disappointing during the year and were taking longer to turn around than expected. With revenue surpassing the FY22 result of $203.3 million...

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