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Carol Wasson is a veteran freelance writer for the aggregates and construction equipment industries.

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Getting the most out of any material handling system Posted on 10 Mar 2020 in the featured & Features categories.

Most folks would say Geneva Rock has reached its peak performance, but the company continues to climb higher with ongoing improvements to each circuit and system.

How automation boosted efficiency for an Oklahoma producer Posted on 20 Feb 2020 in the Features categories.

Superior Industries' product engineering and in-house automation teams worked closely with Anchor Stone to ensure a crushing circuit performed to exact specifications.

Thoughtful design sets up Canadian producer for years to come Posted on 09 Oct 2019 in the featured & Features categories.

A big design-build plant project positions Canadian-based Cox Station Quarry for future growth.

Strategic screening approaches Posted on 19 Jan 2019 in the featured & Features categories.

Solutions that delivered desired results to bottleneck challenges across the U.S.

Super-duty scalping at Hanson Aggregates Posted on 18 Jan 2019 in the featured & Features & Uncategorized categories.

A customized synthetic media solution delivers big benefits in a high-impact, high-wear scalping application for a top producer.

Transporting aggregate into the Big Apple Posted on 26 Oct 2018 in the featured & Features categories.

Cost-effectively transporting aggregate into the New York City has its challenges, but a barge-loading operation with the right equipment positions Gotham Aggregates to serve the market well.

Alleyton Resource combines screen media to enhance wear life Posted on 21 Sep 2018 in the featured & Features categories.

Bottlenecks were eliminated at one Texas operation behind a new screen media equation that provides greater wear life and open area.

How RiverStone Group achieves an optimum yield from its crusher Posted on 27 Jul 2018 in the featured & Features categories.

A new tertiary circuit is delivering more finished product and less recirculation load for one producer.