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waves of people during stretches of the morning on Day 4 (Friday) of ConExpo-Con/Agg. Photo: P&Q Staff

ConExpo-Con/Agg reveals reforestation plan tied to 2023 show

One tree will be planted over the next few months for each of the 139,000-plus people who attended the March 14-18 trade show in Las Vegas.

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Additional developments from ConExpo-Con/Agg

Case Construction Equipment, Command Alkon, Hitachi Construction Machinery Americas and Sandvik reps discussed the direction of their companies and new equipment. Find out what’s planned for the upcoming years.

Develon offered equipment demonstrations at its Festival Grounds booth. Photo: P&Q Staff

The very latest in excavators, loaders

Many well-known industry companies displayed their latest wares at ConExpo-Con/Agg, focusing on technology, sustainability and safety.

Flexco’s Travis Vliem offered a look at the Flexco Elevate dashboard at ConExpo-Con/Agg. Photo: P&Q Staff

Conveying solutions to improve efficiency

A range of conveying equipment unveiled at ConExpo-Con/Agg offers producers new opportunities to modernize their systems.

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What’s new in the water world

Manufacturers of washing and classifying equipment are becoming increasingly creative in order to meet the needs of their customers.

General Kinematics characterizes its incline screens as high-performing, low-maintenance solutions for screening bulk aggregate materials. Photo: P&Q Staff

Screening solutions aggregate producers can explore

There were plenty of equipment options available at ConExpo-Con/Agg for producers looking to upgrade their screening operation.

Komatsu North America chairman and CEO Rod Schrader, seated at the far left during a ConExpo-Con/Agg press conference, says time will ultimately tell how electric equipment fares in various construction markets. Photo: P&Q Staff

Pushing a new power source to aggregate producers

Electric was all the rage at ConExpo-Con/Agg, prompting industry stakeholders to discuss the legitimate opportunities for applications.

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Traversing the industry’s ever-expanding digital universe

As technology continues to advance, aggregate producers now have access to a variety of programs that provide data about their equipment.