About Us


We’ve built our business on a foundation of family values.

Lincom Group was established in 1995 by entrepreneur Roy Watterson. Today we are a parent company for a specialised range of businesses, supplying the quarry, mining and forestry industries with the sales, service and hire of screening, crushing, bulk handling and recycling equipment.

We have operations throughout Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands. 

Our significant equipment commissions up-to-date speaks volumes about our capabilities, and the strong relationships we’ve developed speak even louder about our values. Our completely open and collaborative processes have helped us earn the trust of customers across Australia, New Zealand, Papua Guinea and the Pacific Islands.

We remain a family owned and operated business, backed by a team of dedicated industry professionals. The business is currently being managed in the second generation by Stephen Watterson which has been vigorously involved in the organization since 1998.

Quality is what we have built our reputation on.

Integral to our customer promise is our extensive network of global OEM’s partners that enable us to bring the world’s best equipment’s to the local market.

Our commitment to quality is backed by our strict processes and procedures, driving our performance across safety and environment. With regular training, support and a dedication to integrity, transparency and innovation that is led from the top down, our teams support a culture that ensures people go home safe, the environment is safe, and the work is delivered on time and on budget.

Our teams are more than just experienced and skilled, they are empowered to take responsibility for the outcome of their work. We bring something extra – we genuinely care about finding you a tailored solution.

In such a competitive market, our customers prefer to work alongside a partner who can offer support across the breadth of the operation enabling them to focus on results. We are on-hand for all the equipment lifecycle, from spare parts and service to machine rebuilds.