Bomac was founded in 1984 by the engineers who originally created the Altrac product range. While a newer generation of engineers now manage the day-to-day operation of the business, the company’s founders are still involved at arms-length, acting as mentors and consultants. This helps ensure consistency and product integrity, as well as encouraging continuous innovation.

The company has been trading for over 30 years, and you can be sure that Bomac engineers will be available in future to address any questions or concerns you may have. The standard products meet most needs and are designed for the purchaser to install and extend as needed. All new product research and development is done in-house.

This website highlights some of the standard products offered by Bomac, but is not a comprehensive list. Contact Bomac to discuss a system to meet your specific needs.

Bomac materials handling products are used in many industries including manufacturing, automotive, mining, and food and beverage processing. Altrac cranes and height safety systems can be found across all states and territories in Australia: Victoria - VIC, New South Wales - NSW, Western Australia - WA, South Australia - SA, Queensland - QLD, Tasmania - TAS and in New Zealand - NZ.

Altrac has been exported to many regions around the world including Oceania, Middle East, Asia, Europe and the US. Please contact Bomac directly to enquire about suppliers in these locations.


Tate McFarlane

Tate McFarlane

Engineering Director

Tate McFarlane is the engineering director of Bomac Engineering. Having graduated from Monash University Tate has worked overseas in various countries. With over 10 years of experience within his field Tate uses his knowledge and expertise to guide clients from a problem to an effective solution. Tate is passionate about manufacturing and loves to see the Altrac name used across a wide variety of industries.

Sajith Wei Henage

Sajith Wei Henage


Sajith Wei Henage is a junior engineer at Bomac Engineering who recently completed his Bachelor of Engineering Degree (Mechanical) at RMIT University. Sajith’s strong attention to detail using Solidworks along with FEA has been utilised to better validate the design transformation to production. Sajith strives to achieve the goals assigned to him under minimal supervision and provide optimized solutions with less down time.


Michael Renfrey

Michael Renfrey

Head Fabricator

Michael Renfrey, started his apprenticeship as a boiler maker at Bomac in 2007, Michael was trained to high standards and pushed to improve constantly. He successfully completed his apprenticeship in 2011. Now he strives to improve the products at Bomac, increasing quality and decreasing manufacturing time to offer customers a product of value that he is proud of.


Kylie Vogrinec

Administrative Officer

As part of the Bomac team, Kylie's role involves various office administration duties. She works diligently to create a professional image for the company and plays her part in a smooth and effective operation. 


Raeleen Dulic

Raeleen Dulic

Procurement Officer

Raeleen Dulic started with Bomac in 2005 in an accounts position, her abilities and appreciation of Bomac has allowed her role to expand and now include sales & purchasing. Raeleen enjoys the challenge of searching for the best quality supplies for our products as well as building lasting relationships between Bomac our suppliers and our customer network.




Bomac has been had a long standing relationship with Konecranes chain hoist cranes they are suitable for many different industrial and specialist applications. Whether you need a workstation crane, an overhead travelling crane, or a jib crane, Konecraneschain hoist cranes are ideal every time
These European vacuum lifting devices are used across a variety of applications to lift boxes, sacks, drums, sheet metal, computers, crates, barrels, TVs and much more. We have a strong relationship with Vaculex and their excellent product.