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Tag: aggregate shipments

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How Martin Marietta fared in the third quarter

November 2, 2021By

Ward Nye, chairman and CEO of Martin Marietta, reflected on the company’s recent performance upon the release of its third-quarter report.

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Great Lakes limestone shipments trending in right direction

September 3, 2021By

Although August shipments from quarries in Ontario, Canada, were down almost 13 percent, loadings from U.S. quarries more than offset the dip.

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Aggregate shipments, pricing up at Martin Marietta

August 3, 2021By

Martin Marietta says a few key factors boosted its building materials business in the second quarter.

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Lake limestone shipments from Michigan, Ohio up in June 2021

July 8, 2021By

Great Lakes limestone shipments were up nearly 18 percent last month compared to June 2020, the Lake Carriers’ Association (LCA) reports.

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Vulcan Materials aggregate sales up in first quarter

May 4, 2021By

Both sales and shipments were up 3 percent compared with the prior year’s first quarter.

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A stationary plant can support longer conveyor systems due to the site’s permanent structure. Photo: P&Q staff

Martin Marietta growth continues in fourth quarter 2020

February 9, 2021By

The company’s building materials business achieved record fourth-quarter revenues and gross profit.

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A stationary plant can support longer conveyor systems due to the site’s permanent structure. Photo: P&Q staff

Aggregate shipments down, pricing up at Martin Marietta

October 29, 2020By

Upon releasing its third-quarter 2020 results, the company detailed that it expects to see continued industry-wide fluctuations in product demand over the next few quarters.

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Martin Marietta reports strong first quarter 2020

May 5, 2020By

Although Martin Marietta reported first-quarter improvements in shipments and pricing, the company expects demand for its products to soften in the months ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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