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Maxibor has the following three corporate objectives:

  1. Achieve sustainable profitability

  2. Grow the value of the business assets of shareholders, alliance partners and customers

  3. Build a future we all look forward to

The first two objectives are economic, the third social. Thinking in the context of these three objectives allows a wider set of outcomes beyond the economic to be achieved. Social, cultural and environmental outcomes are just as important if we want to build a future we all look forward to.

Respect, Relationship and Response are all required to help achieve three corporate objectives.


Demonstrated evidence of how Maxibor delivers in the context these objectives and actions includes:

  • Maxibor taking proactive steps to work with clients to ensure that the best infrastructure installation method is chosen. The earlier our involvement in the design process the better. This may or may not result in the use of HDD. We only want to do projects that will be successful and optimise outcomes for the client, other stakeholders, Maxibor and the HDD industry as a whole. This “pay it forward” approach builds up Respect between parties and allows Maxibor to become a trusted partner to its clients.

  • Maxibor working collaboratively with clients to address challenges on projects to achieve a fair and reasonable outcome in all the circumstances. Relationships are more important than short-term economic “wins”.

  • Maxibor has added a Gallagher HDD660 electric maxi rig to its fleet. The drill and other equipment are run on electricity through a mobile substation which minimises both noise and emissions thereby reducing impacts on the local and broader community.

  • Maxibor developing strong working relationships with multiple providers across the HDD supply chain. Our Corporate Profile and Capability Statement (click here) provides details on several of these relationships including HDD Engineering and AMC. The Relationship with these other players in the HDD industry is more than just transactional, it is about facilitating opportunity for innovation, better outcomes.

  • Maxibor is a key player in the development of a collaborative Indigenous business model which has the objective of helping Indigenous businesses better participate in the civil construction, construction, renewables and mining sectors to make a sustainable difference. Several Indigenous businesses are benefiting from both direct and indirect Response being provided by Maxibor and its alliance partners. Click here to read more about the collaborative Indigenous business model.

  • Maxibor is playing a key role in the development of the HDD industry through its involvement in the Australasian Trenchless Technology Society And Australian Pipeline and Gas Association. It is a regular contributor to industry publications such as Trenchless Australasia and The Australian Pipeliner and supporter of industry events as part of its contribution to share knowledge across all stakeholders involved in the industry. Maxibor has played a key role in the successful introduction the high-stress, crack-resistant (HSCR) polyethylene pipe to the Australian water and sewer market. It was the HDD provider on projects where the product was used for the first time in water (Livingstone Shire Council at Yeppoon) and wastewater (Logan City Council at Greenbank) projects. The pipe uses specially manufactured ingredients by Qenos and has an expected design life of 100 years thereby significantly reducing the lifetime costs. Click here to hear more about the Livingstone Shire Council project.

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