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Editors’ Blog

Photo courtesy of Kevin Yanik

Producers savoring the small wins earned in 2020

October 23, 2020By

A repeat of 2019 is not happening this year, but ask producers and many will tell you they’ll gladly take the results they’ve seen to date.

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The 944K Hybrid features a 536-hp, Tier 4 Final engine. Photo: John Deere

How the 944K Hybrid wheel loader is performing

October 21, 2020By

Cornejo & Sons, a Summit Materials company, shares its experience with the electrically-driven John Deere loader.

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Keeping the areas around screens clean not only keeps employees safe, but avoids the potential of product contamination occurring. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Durex president offers screening safety insights

October 15, 2020By

Chad Hackett shares some of his industry experience, offering best practices for operators when it comes time to working around screening equipment.

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The forecast for public works construction remains positive, especially when compared to other construction segments. Photo:

With election on horizon, is infrastructure a public priority?

October 6, 2020By

Infrastructure is a hot-button issue for aggregate producers, but does the American public take the nation’s crumbling infrastructure as seriously as stakeholders in the construction materials industry?

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Looking ahead to 2021 for the aggregate industry

August 31, 2020By

The industry’s essential status got producers this far in 2020, and it’s clearer that many will finish the year strong. Now, thoughts are starting to shift to 2021, with P&Q’s Kevin Yanik wondering how next year’s story will be written.

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3 questions with Ritchie Bros.’ Doug Olive

August 18, 2020By

Ritchie Bros.’ IronPlanet marketplace is experiencing its busiest summer ever. Doug Olive, a senior vice president at the company, connected with P&Q to share what this summer has been like and what’s ahead.

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Take Pit & Quarry’s ‘Made in the USA’ survey

August 12, 2020By

The magazine’s editors are preparing a feature article on the concept of “Made in the USA,” and they want your feedback.

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Martin Stone Quarries has been providing aggregate and infield mix material to southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding states since 1953. Photo: Rod Martin

Plowing through in Pennsylvania despite complex circumstances

July 27, 2020By

The pandemic presented Pennsylvania’s producers more challenges than most, but 2020, when said and done, may turn out alright in the Keystone State.

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