Komatsu Gunnedah Branch Relocation

After over a decade of operating at Martin Road, Komatsu’s Gunnedah Branch in regional New South Wales has relocated to a new facility, that is “far beyond the ‘Old Branch’ in many ways”, says Gunnedah Branch Manager, Peter Phillips.

Komatsu Gunnedah had originally supported regional construction customers. Although with the opening of coal mining north west of Gunnedah and the sale of mining trucks, dozers and loaders, the requirements of this small branch rapidly increased.

For several months, the Gunnedah team had been looking for a suitable premise to support the increased demand.

On May 18, 2020, Komatsu Gunnedah moved into their new branch at 34 Allgayer Drive, Gunnedah NSW 2380.


“The office area is spacious as is the parts warehouse. The parts warehouse is professionally laid out, including the mezzanine area set up for filter storage in racking”, explains Peter.



The workshop provides ample room to repair machines indoors and the yard access for transporting vehicles is substantial.


At present, the showroom is empty. Although moving forward, the branch plans to display construction machines for sale along with rental units in the dedicated space.

This move uplifts the profile of Komatsu Gunnedah in the region.

“Our focus it to maintain this with our customers and promote Komatsu to be the place to visit as supplier of choice”.


The Gunnedah Branch has a ‘whole of business’ approach, which includes New and Used Equipment sales, Rentals and Aftermarket support in parts and service, as well as Construction/Utility and Mining market.

“To all from the Branch who worked tirelessly with the move and in the Komatsu spirit, also the Mining Service Manager for support over the weekend of the move – thank you”, says Peter.