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Quarry Faces: April 2022

By |  April 13, 2022
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Baron Worthington, director of economic analysis at Vulcan Materials, offered an outlook for construction at the Georgia Construction Aggregate Association Management Workshop & Expo in Atlanta. Worthington pointed to a number of risks to growth near the end of his presentation, including geopolitical instability, escalating oil prices, inflation, labor constraints, housing affordability and a COVID resurgence. Pit & Quarry staff was on hand to provide coverage of the GCAA event.

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Matthew Armstrong, business development analyst at Major, led a screen media changeout seminar last month at General Equipment & Supplies’ Aggregate Expo in Fargo, North Dakota. Armstrong gave a hands-on demonstration about “do’s and don’ts,” as well as best practices to safely replace screen media. During the seminar, which was held outdoors, Armstrong enlisted the help of audience members with aspects of the changeout.

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Photo: P&Q Staff

General Equipment representatives, including Meghan Fitzgerald (left), Jon Shilling (center) and Steve Stafki were on hand at the sixth Aggregate Expo. General Equipment first hosted Aggregate Expo in 2004 as a way to bring its partners and customers together. Since that first expo, General Equipment hosted the show in 2008 at ConExpo-Con/Agg, in 2010 on its own and every three years after that.

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Photo: P&Q Staff

Superior Industries, a longtime General Equipment partner, was among the manufacturers who exhibited at Aggregate Expo. Pictured from left are Superior’s John Garrison, Jason Adams, Bob Domnick and Mary Erholtz. Take a look at P&Q’s recap of Aggregate Expo.

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Eriez commemorated its 75-year partnership with Dominion Carolina Sales, the manufacturer’s representative, by presenting the team with an award. Pictured with the award, from left, are Dominion Carolina’s Jeff Carr, Brenda Carr, Janet Shackleford and Danny Sapp. According to Eriez, Dominion Carolina has served as Eriez’s representative agency in North Carolina and most of Virginia since the inception of the partnership. Says Bill Dudenhoefer, Eriez’s North American sales manager: “Their staff’s deep knowledge of the territory they serve, Eriez’s products and unique business practices ensures our mutual customers receive the highest level of service and responsiveness.”


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