- About Dingo
- Dingo Range
- Dingo Trencher
- Post Hole Diggers
- Lifting & Spreading
- General Attachments
Briggs Family Acquires Dingo. Dingo actually started in the early 1980s as a 10hp machine that more resembled a hydraulic wheelbarrow than a modern day Dingo. After several owners and reincarnations in Dalby with the Briggs family.
A Dingo 600 was born with a 13hp Honda
First Dingo 800 incorporating flow divider to control trenching speed. 16hp
Dingo release the incredibly popular Dingo 950 with the first twin pump hydraulic system on any earthmoving equipment.
Dingo goes to the USA. The Dingo 950 was a hit with the American landscaping market and quickly outgrew our Dalby manufacturing facility.
Dingo goes to NZ
Dingo launches the K9-3 model
Dingo launches the K9-4 model. The K9-4 was the first mini digger to feature a 25hp diesel engine, 4 wheel motors (not chains) and cast steel chassis and arms.
Dingo builds the 3000th Dingo
Dingo develops the first remote controlled mini digger for high risk applications.
Dingo goes to Switzerland
Dingo builds the 4000th Dingo
Dingo goes to South Africa and gains popularity among contractors and the mining industry with Dingos working underground in gold and platinum mines
Dingo builds the 1000th K9-4
Dingo goes to South Korea
Dingo goes to Europe
Dingo staff total 180 and produce 885 Dingo
Dingo goes to Chile. Remote controlled Dingos are used in underground copper mining.
Dingo launches the CONTRACTOR. The World's, most powerful mini digger. Featuring 27hp Yanmar power, 3400 psi & 76l/m hydraulic system and 3 hydraulic pumps.
Dingo builds the 9000th Dingo
Dingo celebrates 25 years of innovation with the release of the 25th anniversary model K9-4.
Dingo releases the new 'Ozzy' Dingos.