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Maio: Second-quarter performances bolstering confidence

September 18, 2020By

The industry’s major producers are faring well, Proudfoot’s Alan Maio says. He expects demand to continue to increase gradually for the remainder of 2020.

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Great Lakes limestone trade continues downward slide

September 17, 2020By

After dipping 20 percent in July, the Lake Carriers’ Association reports August shipments were down 16 percent.

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Road to Recovery: The view from Virginia

September 16, 2020By

The vice president of Luck Stone’s Northern Region reflects on activity within the state, offering several reasons for optimism about the road ahead.

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Seaborn: Why roadbuilding, residential construction may carry some producers

September 14, 2020By

Luck Companies’ Scott Seaborn forecasts a slight year-over-year decline in aggregate demand throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern markets. 

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Scepaniak: Energy, DOT projects fueling healthy production

September 14, 2020By

Wm. D. Scepaniak’s John Scepaniak discusses materials demand in the Upper Midwest, saying longer-term projects should keep the company’s schedule occupied until year’s end.

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Assessing the coronavirus, the election and more

September 14, 2020By

How much stock is SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb putting into the coronavirus and the upcoming election when producing an aggregate forecast?

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Turner: Expecting business to pick up after November’s election

September 14, 2020By

Turner Mining Group’s Keaton Turner shares what he currently sees in the market – and what’s ahead.

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Why remote MSHA enforcement is serious

September 7, 2020By and

The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) has employed technology to remotely conduct some enforcement procedures, and mine operators should treat the investigations with the same seriousness and preparation that would be accorded an in-person investigation.

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