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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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Eagle Crusher, Superior reps named AEM directors Posted on 08 May 2017 in the News categories.

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) elected Eagle Crusher's Susanne Cobey and Superior Industries' Mary Erholtz to the AEM CE Sector Board. Read more»

First-quarter aggregate revenue, pricing up at U.S. Concrete Posted on 04 May 2017 in the News categories.

The company's aggregate product revenue increased 17.7 percent in the first quarter, and the average sales price of aggregate products jumped, too. Read more»

MDU Resources releases first-quarter 2017 performance report Posted on 04 May 2017 in the News categories.

MDU Resources Group Inc.'s construction materials business reported a seasonal first-quarter loss of $19.9 million, compared to a loss of $14.5 million in 2016. Read more»

Van der Graaf kicks off educational event series in Texas Posted on 03 May 2017 in the News categories.

Van der Graaf started off its Texas Aggregate Networking Event series in Fort Worth, Texas, where drum motors took center stage. Read more»

Increased sales volumes, pricing drive Summit’s first quarter 2017 Posted on 03 May 2017 in the News categories.

Summit Materials CEO Tom Hill says the company performed ahead of expectations during the first quarter of 2017. Read more»

Summit reveals details on four recent acquisitions Posted on 03 May 2017 in the News categories.

Summit Materials offered a breakdown of its four most recent acquisitions upon releasing its latest quarterly report. Read more»

Granite Construction optimistic despite quarterly loss Posted on 03 May 2017 in the News categories.

Despite a net loss of $23.8 million in the first quarter, Granite Construction maintains its growth expectations for 2017. Read more»

Report: Trump may explore a gas tax increase Posted on 02 May 2017 in the News categories.

President Donald Trump indicated that he is open to increasing the federal gas tax to support U.S. infrastructure development, although he stopped short of endorsing such a course of action. Read more»