P&Q’s March 2021 digital edition now available

By |  March 8, 2021
Pit & Quarry's Start-Up Guide takes center stage on our March 2021 cover. Photo: Terex MPS

Pit & Quarry‘s Start-Up Guide takes center stage on our March 2021 cover. Photo: Terex MPS

Pit & Quarry’s March 2021 edition is now available, with our Start-Up Guide presenting the latest equipment, technology and insights to best prepare your operation for the production season.

With a mix of content produced by the P&Q staff and provided by equipment suppliers, our Start-Up Guide spans 32 pages to help you achieve a safe, efficient and profitable start-up. Editor-in-chief Kevin Yanik offers an introduction of the Start-Up Guide on page 2, detailing how the length of operational shutdowns dramatically shortened over the years. The Start-Up Guide officially begins on page 19, with content to help get employees into a production mindset (page 20), areas of the plant that absolutely should be inspected (page 24), and the latest on slowdowns in the supply chain (page 26).

A sponsored content section with contributions from 13 different equipment suppliers begins on page 27, with suppliers sharing their latest wares and wisdom to jumpstart your production season.

While our Start-Up Guide represents a sizable chunk of our March digital edition, there are a number of other reasons to check out this month’s issue. Our Road to Recovery coverage continues, with leading producers discussing how the pandemic impacted their company culture. David Chereb presents his latest Aggregate Forecast, and takeaways in our P&Q Tech section include highlights on e-ticketing, drilling and blasting equipment, and Utah’s Pisgah Stone.

Also this month, the magazine puts the spotlight on the state of Pennsylvania, with feature articles on state business issues as well as the Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association.

Don’t wait another minute to dig into our March digital edition. Check it out right now.

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Kevin Yanik is editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry. He can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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