The Makuri Group developed from PT Crushing and Mining Equipment (CME) Indonesia that was formed in late 2007 by Ian Wilson and Desy Windanarni. It has evolved now into a group of 5 companies with its head office in Singapore and with subsidiary and affiliate companies located in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and Indonesia.
Makuri Technology pte ltd is our parent company, and located in the High Street Centre, on Northbride road in Singapore. This premises acts as a head office for the group, and is shared with Mine to Mill Equipment, a Makuri subsidiary that acts as a distrbutor for a range of brands, as detailed below.
Global logistics is also managed from our Singapore office.
Makuri Australia is located in the Bluenote Offices on Colin Street, West Perth. It is our newest office in the group, and is used as a base for our Australian operations and Global Sales business.
PT Multinational Equipment
PT Multinational Equipment (MNE) is located in Jimbaran, Bali and is our largest office.
Most of our Engineering work is conducted at our Bali office, along with group administrative and purchasing functions.
Mine to Mill Equipment
Mine to Mill Equipment is a specialist distributor for a number of world class, premium brand, suppliers including that of our own parent company Makuri Technology Pte Ltd.
Along with makuri products, Mine to Mill Equiment represents Sepro mixing and pumping equipment and Harcliff Mining Services
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October 06th, 2020
Makuri leads in optimising process front end performance
May 15th, 2020
Makuri MAK-Hard crusher liners exceed OEM life by 54%
Makuri was recently approached by a large site to assist with ongoing issues with liner breakage and suboptimal pebble crushing performance. They had experienced ...
April 12th, 2020
Makuri Subsidiary MNE Provides Food Aid In Bali
Makuri’s subsidiary, PT Multinational Equipment (MNE) has been working with local communities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has caused severe economic hardship within local communities due to low tourist numbers this year, leaving many with no source of income.
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