VMS allows us to provide our global customers base with high quality and price competitive equipment and machinery, engineer and manufactured to meet the needs of the industries we service.

Our Vision

Be the market leader in all fields we operate with sustainable growth


  • Deliver on customer solutions
  • Empower the team
  • Harness and build on the culture
  • Be the lowest cost producer
  • Compete

Our Values


  • Only earnt through action


  • Focussed on safety and solutions

Commitment to customers

  • Deliver on commitments


  • The courage to strive for excellence


  • Transparent conversations to get it right


  • Empowered to get it done and be accountable for the results


From little things, big things grow

Today Maas is a growing diversified industrial group that has cemented its place as a recognised supplier of choice across Australia – and now the world.

Established in 2002 with one Bobcat and a tipper truck by Wes Maas, Maas has been built on reputation and today encompasses expanding construction materials, civil construction and hire, manufacturing and real estate divisions.

With a fleet of over 450 machines and a diverse and experienced team of 1,200 plus employees, Maas ensures the highest standards of delivery are met on time, every time.

Maas Group Holdings - History

Our Companies


Wes Maas

Wes Maas

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Wes was 22 when he launched the business which started out with one Bobcat and a tipper truck. A little over 19 years later, he has grown the business to incorporate a highly successful plant hire operation of 400+ equipment, bulk earthworks, civil construction, quarry business and also a crushing and screening contract hire, along with a residential and commercial property division. Wes is now supported by a team of dedicated staff with the same vision and a very strong culture, all who endeavour to continue to grow the business.

Craig Bellamy

Craig Bellamy

Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Craig joined MAAS Group in May 2019 as Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for all financial aspects of the Group including accounting, treasury, budgeting and tax. Craig has over 25 years’ experience and has previously held executive roles including Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer for ASX Listed Entities Devine Limited and Unity Pacific Group Limited (formerly Trinity Group Limited). Craig holds a Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) and is a Chartered Accountant.

Andy Letfallah

Andy Letfallah

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Andy joined Maas Group in 2019 with the objective of delivering profitable growth and operational excellence specifically focused on the Commercial Property portfolio and Maas Group integration. Andy has over 20 years in leadership roles across sales, operations and finance, with an esteemed career carved out across various divisions of Brambles Ltd (ASX: BXB) and Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM) integrating Recall (ASX: REC). Andy is a Six Sigma Black Belt, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with majors in Marketing, Management and Human Resources and a Masters of Business Administration (MBAx) with a major in Technology.

Damien Porter

Damien Porter

Director, Group Business Development

With 20 years of experience in hire, operations and sales, Damien brings a comprehensive knowledge of the equipment and machinery industry. Damien spent a number of years working for a major equipment hire company. Damien has been with Maas since 2005 and oversees upwards of 100 employees and items of machinery at any given time. 

Dominic Wilson

Dominic Wilson

General Manager (Civil)

Dominic started with Maas in 2003 (the first employee in fact) after gaining his qualifications as a plumber. Working in all areas of civil works, including copper and   gold mine operations, residential subdivision and more currently rail construction, Dominic possesses a vast knowledge and experience. Dominic currently leads the civil team of some 50+ employees in projects around NSW.

Richard Tomkins

Richard Tomkins

Business Development Manager, Construction Materials

Richard joined Maas Group in August 2019 and brings with him a comprehensive knowledge of the construction material industry gained through a diverse 20 year career. Having spent 15 years working for the largest construction materials multinational in Australia, Richard has held many senior management roles in both their concrete and quarry businesses. Richard specialises in the delivery of large construction material projects, whilst optimising operational performance.

Josh Large

Josh Large

Director, Civil Construction & Hire

Josh has been working in the Electrical industry for 20 years starting and building JLE Electrical for the last 15 years Josh’s experience like JLE’s moves across the industry and specialises in Design, Engineering Contracting and project delivery in the Electrical infrastructure and construction industries.

Jason Finlay

Jason Finlay

Group Asset Manager

Jason is the Group Asset Manager for MAAS Group and brings over 30 years experience in heavy vehicle parts and service repairs to the company. Jason took on the role of General Manager at a regional truck parts and repair company in 2002. As General Manager, Jason was responsible for significant growth of the business group taking on the Mack and Volvo dealerships as well as opening branches in Sydney, Dubbo, and the North American purchasing arm. Jason has gained his Certificate IV in Frontline Management.

Maas Group Holdings - Sustainability


Our products and services are helping build a better tomorrow, and so are we…

Maas is focused on the long term, and we want to be an industry leader in sustainable business operations. Our diverse operations shape many elements of modern communities, from our quarry products, which fuel large infrastructure projects, to our construction activities, which are building contemporary landscapes.

We believe that the best companies deliver real and lasting benefits not only for shareholders, but also for their workers and the broader community.

In fact, we believe that it is only possible to deliver real results over the long term by doing what is right, respecting others and being responsible. Responsible business is ingrained in everything we do.

Maas cares about our people and believes all workers should return home safely at the end of the day. This belief drives a strong commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of our workers, which is supported by robust work health and safety management systems. Our consultative risk management framework aims to deliver a targeted risk-based approach, engaged leaders, empowered workers and a positive safety culture.

Maas is committed to managing our environmental footprint and minimising any impact on the environment. We appreciate that responsible environmental management in the resources and infrastructure sector plays a significant role in ensuring sustainability across Australia. As such, we recognise that proper care of the environment is a fundamental part of our corporate responsibility and integral to our long-term success. Our environmental management systems ensure environmental obligations are identified and management strategies implemented across our operations, from planning through to operational stages.

Maas strives to build and maintain strong relationships with our communities. We recognise that our long-term success depends on the well-being and development of the communities in which we operate. Therefore, we engage openly and constructively with community stakeholders, including peak industry bodies, to share information, hear concerns and solve problems. We proudly support many charities, initiatives and community groups.

We embrace our corporate social responsibility, and through sound governance, strive to improve the world around us and the lives of the people who live within the communities where we operate.

We will always act with integrity in all our dealings, meet our customer’s needs, look after our team, take care of the environment and support the community.

These priorities are the foundations of our views on sustainability – it’s simply how we do business.

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