SafeGauge aims for lively finish to 2022

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SafeGauge CEO Luke Dawson (second from right) with his team
‘We are the only technology company with the key focus of eliminating live work’

Luke Dawson still has important boxes to tick in 2022 as his 3.5-year-old start-up, SafeGauge, pursues its lofty goal of becoming a byword for safe and productive heavy vehicle maintenance in the global mining and other asset-intensive industries.

Dawson told InvestMETS the Australian company was on track to secure its first US distributor by the end of the year.

It was also aiming to have its technology deployed “throughout the entire business of at least one Australian Caterpillar dealer”.

Plus, a new product is due to go to market.

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