Mandalay Technologies is uniquely equipped to offer its customers a "complete solution" for data capture and operational management in the waste, quarry and logistics industries.
We have the best products (software and hardware), installed by expert people, with the best training and support services to ensure seamless integration of our products with your systems and maximum value to your organisation.
We deliver solutions to a wide range of national and international clients in the public and private sectors and have particular specialisation in providing solutions for the following applications:
At Mandalay, we recognise our role as being part of a change management process - we have the resources to fulfil this role and it is pivotal to our success on projects.
This applies at an industry level also, where we strive to be leaders and experts, so that we can continue to offer industry leading solutions to our customers as their operations change and develop. We adopt a partnership model and have a strong bias for service that ensures successful, long term relationships and great results. This is all part of what we consider to be "The Mandalay Difference".
Equally important in a technically oriented industry is track record. We have the proven success, industry experience, longevity and customer relationships to give great confidence around the value of your investment.
Size no barrier when it comes to performance - 07 September 2009
Bundaberg Regional Council has won 'Runner Up' (joint) in the 2009 National Landfill Excellence Awards at the recent WMAA conference in Hobart.
The award, established by WMAA in 2007, showcases the best landfills around the nation in order to better inform the industry and general public, and to give credit to exceptional landfill sites.
Bundaberg Regional Council received the award because of "the extended design and approval process of their Cedars Road Landfill", which resulted in a technologically advanced and environmentally conscious site, exceeding EPA standards.
Judging was based on criteria which ranged from liner design to resource recovery. Entries were judged by three respected independent experts: Prof David Moy of TechSearch; John Cook of John B Cook and Associates, and Trevor Hockley of TJH Management Services.
It was Bundaberg's extended community consultation,pre-construction, that contributed to the their winning the award, as well as their innovative solutions to odour, noise and dust issues, such as implementing mesh over leachate ponds to address wildelife concerns, and maintaining a a small tipping face.
James Stanfield, Manager of Waste and Recycling, Health and Environmental Services, said: "it's very exciting to be the first council-owned and operated facility to win such an award. We're a comparatively small facility but we're operating to the same environmental standards as the big city facilities. It's proof that size and location are no barrier to operating properly - you just need imagination, hard work and good leadership."
Mandalay is proud to be working with Bundaberg Regional Council to help them deliver best practice waste management operations.
Partner of the Brisbane Festival - 01 July 2009
The Brisbane Festival is one of Australia's leading international arts festivals. For three weeks from 12 September to 3 October extraordinary international and Australian artists and productions, free world-class events, emerging fringe theatre, spectacular fireworks, inspiring conversation and debate will fill the theatres, parks and suburban streets for Brisbane Festival 2009.
We are pleased to announce our role as Distinguished Partner of the 2009 Brisbane Festival, aligned with the Cherbourg Walk. The Cherbourg walk is a celebration of Indigenous Queensland communities alongside an exploration of Brisbane and its stories. The Cherbourg Walk is a three week journey commencing in Cherbourg, progressing through Kingaroy to the Bunya Mountains before ending in Boundary Street in West End, Brisbane. The walk will involve 20 core facilitating walkers and 60,000 + participants and spectators, and will give walking participants the opportunity to engage with key Indigenous figures, traditional owners and Elders from the region who will share their experiences and how they were affected through the oral tradition of story telling. Visit the Brisbane Festival site here.