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Will Congress commit $1 trillion toward infrastructure? Photo: iStock.com/kozmoat98

NSSGA, PCA weigh in on Biden’s infrastructure proposal

April 1, 2021By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association’s (NSSGA) Michael Johnson and the Portland Cement Association’s (PCA) Mike Ireland issued written statements following the unveiling Wednesday of President Biden’s infrastructure plan.

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Rammer product lines will expand in 2021 beyond hydraulic breakers and compactors in North America. Photo: Allied Construction Products

Rammer expansion coming along with new facility

March 30, 2021By

Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology acquired Allied Construction products in 2020. Jonas Lindqvist explains what’s ahead for the market following the deal.

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Sponsored: David Chereb Group raising its forecast for aggregate demand

March 30, 2021By and

P&Q contributor David Chereb shares what led to his decision to revise his aggregate forecast to factor in greater volumes for 2020, 2021 and 2022.

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When drilling and blasting might become fully autonomous

March 26, 2021By and

The future of drilling and blasting involves drones, autonomous drills, wireless detonators and remote-controlled explosives loaders, Precision Blasting Services’ Anthony Konya says.

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Richard Ash presented key ratios 56 years ago that could be applied throughout surface blasting conditions to give comparisons between multiple types of operations. Photo: iStock.com/Xesai

Why ‘green’ explosives will be coming to a mine near you

March 26, 2021By and

Anthony Konya, vice president at Precision Blasting Services, discusses what will drive the use of more environmentally friendly explosives.

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A coming event to equip blasters with the latest tech and knowledge

March 26, 2021By and

Precision Blasting Services’ Anthony Konya details how he would like to pass on the latest blasting and explosives principles to managers and executives.

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AEM: Manufacturers optimistic about the months ahead

March 24, 2021By

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) shared findings of an equipment manufacturer survey, noting that increased demand has manufacturers optimistic that sales will increase or remain stable.

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World of Concrete 2019 attracted tens of thousands of industry pros to Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Informa

June’s World of Concrete expected to go on

March 18, 2021By

Informa Markets, which hosts the annual trade show, says World of Concrete will be the first large-scale trade show to return to the U.S. since the onset of the pandemic.

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