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Darren Constantino is an editor of Pit & Quarry magazine. He can be reached at dconstantino@northcoastmedia.net.

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Latest excavator tech enhances efficiencies Posted on 14 Mar 2018 in the featured & Features categories.

New technologies are making excavators more efficient, reliable, user-friendly and easier to maintain.

P&Q Aggregate Industry Index marches toward 400 Posted on 05 Jan 2018 in the Editors' Blog categories.

The P&Q Aggregate Industry Index continued its upward momentum, rising to 389 in January after clocking in last month at 386.

J&J Truck Equipment’s Jim Weir to retire Posted on 20 Dec 2017 in the News categories.

J&J Truck Equipment, a division of Somerset Welding & Steel, announced that Jim Weir, sales manager, will retire effective February 2, 2018.

MLPA elects 2018 officers, board members Posted on 07 Dec 2017 in the News categories.

The Missouri Limestone Producers Association announced the election of 2018 officers and board members, including Tim Woodard of Boone Quarries as president.

P&Q Aggregate Industry Index up again in December Posted on 04 Dec 2017 in the Editors' Blog categories.

The P&Q Aggregate Industry Index advanced again this month, moving from 379 in November to 386.

P&Q tours industry sites with OSSGA in Ottawa Posted on 01 Dec 2017 in the featured & Features categories.

Nearly 90 members of the Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA) attended the group’s 2017 Operations Tour this September in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The event was hosted by OSSGA […]

Caterpillar introduces electric-drive loader, new excavators and more Posted on 20 Nov 2017 in the News categories.

Cat introduced its 988K XE electric-drive wheel loader, next-generation excavators, Yellowmark budget replacement parts and first-ever utility vehicles.

P&Q Aggregate Industry Index posts modest gain Posted on 03 Nov 2017 in the Editors' Blog categories.

The P&Q Aggregate Industry Index rose slightly in November, to 379, after checking in at 375 the previous month.