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Quarry Faces: May 2020

By |  May 15, 2020
Photo: Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

Photo: Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

1.) Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas (HCEA) awarded its 2019 Dealer of the Year award to National Equipment Dealers (NED) at an awards dinner earlier this year in conjunction with the Associated Equipment Distributors Summit. Pictured from left are HCEA’s Shaun Galligan, NED’s Jason Wainwright, HCEA’s M.S. Kang and HCEA’s Eli Bello.

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2.) The Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers honored Donald Mikulic for his career contributions to the aggregate industry during its annual convention. Mikulic, a geologist who spent his career at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is pictured with LafargeHolcim’s Becky Kazmierski.

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Photo: Davis Industrial

3.) Employees at Florida-based Davis Industrial adjusted to the coronavirus pandemic with a few new measures, including working remotely, alternating shifts and operating at safe distances with additional personal protective equipment.

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4.) Kevin Vallelly, director of engineering at CDE, provided an overview of the new Combo X900 all-in-one wet processing plant during a press conference at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020. According to Vallelly, CDE arrived at the trade show on a Monday and had the finished plant built in the Silver Lot outside the Las Vegas Convention Center by Friday of that same week. Says Vallelly: “It takes a lot less time to build it onsite.”

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5.) Bernard Betts, president at Major, also addressed members of the media during a ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 press conference. While Major showcased new technologies such as Flex-Mat ID Enabled and Flex-Mat Sensor, Betts reminded the trade press that quality product is still essential to aggregate processing. Says Betts: “Gadgets by themselves are great, but the product’s got to be great in and of itself.”


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