About Us

Company Background

Meridian Engineers started out in 1987 as a structural and mechanical engineering consultancy. By 1998 we’d learned a lot by working with large mining companies and learning about the issues they faced. That’s when we established an industrial weighing system division within our company. We developed a suite of innovative products and solutions for weighing and loading trains.

Innovating the Resource Industry

Today, we offer the highest quality of in-house designed, large scale weighing and loading products but we still offer those specialist engineering consulting services too. Our team of multidisciplinary engineers are passionate about providing the resources industry with innovative solutions.

We’ve completed complex projects like providing control systems that load 30,000 tonne iron ore trains automatically while also weighing them as they move at 80km/h. All of our products are designed and manufactured by us, in-house. Our products include our bolt on load cell sensors. These attach to railway lines to provide weight indications when trains pass over the rail. These cell sensors can attach to train loading silos to measure and control the amount of materials loading into wagons in real time.

Dedicated Engineers & Technicians Delivering Customised Solutions

Equipped with a forward thinking team of engineers, instrument technicians, and administrative officers, we’ve established ourselves as one of Australia’s most innovative train weighing companies. We’ve secured an impressive list of clients: BHP, Rio Tinto, Vale, and Queensland Rail to name a few. With a reputation for providing leading edge systems for loading and weighing as well as specialist consulting and design services, our solutions have seen a lot of success.

Offering specialist consulting and design services within the structural, mechanical, electronic, and software fields, we work to always deliver client satisfaction. Our in-house designers are constantly focused on delivering the very best in customised solutions to the resources industry.