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Most Senior WA Executive.
Chen Wei Ng
|Name||Position||Year Started||Year Ended|
|Kym Godson||Non-Executive Director||2005|
BiographySydney-headquartered Tutt Bryant Group Limited can trace its origins back to 1938, in the construction and heavy equipment industry.
It is a diverse construction equipment sales and industrial hire service provider in Australia that conducts its operations nationally in three principal areas:
Heavy Lift & Shift – Hiring of cranes and provision of haulage and specialised transport, including planning and support services to meet lift and shift requirements;
Equipment Sales – Sale of construction plant, equipment and cranes, together with the provision of parts and service through a nation-wide network; and
General Hire – Providing general plant and equipment hire for earthmoving, civil construction, rail maintenance, industrial, trade and DIY uses.
Following its removal from the official list of ASX Limited in October 2010, Tutt Bryant Group Limited is wholly owned by Tat Hong International Pte Ltd, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Tat Hong Holdings Ltd.
Tat Hong Holdings Ltd is one of the largest crane companies in the world, ranked #1 in terms of fleet size of crawler cranes and #7 in terms of aggregate crane tonnage (source: International Crane IC50 June 2013). In the Asia-Pacific region, it is the largest crane company with a fleet size of almost 1,200 mobile, crawler and tower cranes.
Tutt Bryant also has a 50% interest in TBF Oceania an Australian incorporated JV company that is 50:50 held with Italian engineering, transport and logistics group Fagioli.
Tutt Bryant's links with WA go back to at least the early 1950s when it entered into a joint venture with Wesfarmers to operate as distributor for all A.C.E (Australian Crane & Excavator) company equipment. In 2013-14 it had Australian revenue of $262m, according to data released by the ATO in December 2015.
Biography last updated 11 Apr 2017