Tag: aggregate

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TRUX names chief technology officer

May 27, 2021 By

TRUX, a dump truck logistics company, hired Jay Pennington as chief technology officer.

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Sponsored: Industry jobs are open, but they’re not being filled easily

May 25, 2021 By and

Hiring and retaining people has long been a challenge for aggregate producers, but new policies have compounded the issue for the industry. P&Q contributor David Chereb elaborates.

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Sponsored: 3 trends on the industry’s road to recovery

May 12, 2021 By and

In this week’s Road to Recovery video, Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik touches on aggregate pricing, mergers and acquisitions and the return of industry events.

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Digitally enabling crushers can transform operations

May 5, 2021 By

Advances in digital technologies provide an opportunity to take greater control over production, enabling manufacturers to take corrective action in real time.

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Drilling equipment to improve operations

April 18, 2021 By

From guide adapters to DTH hammers, some of the latest drilling technologies come from Orica, Epiroc, Soosan America, Sandvik and Mincon.

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The latest software to provide on-site solutions

April 16, 2021 By

Libra Systems, Soil Connect, ABB and BinMaster offer some of the latest software and automation technologies to boost operations.

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Hoover Materials scores natural sand source, turnkey plant

April 6, 2021 By

After Hoover Materials unexpectedly stumbled upon an abundance of natural sand and gravel at a Tennessee quarry, it commissioned a turnkey plant to produce a variety of saleable products.

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Sponsored: What’s currently happening with aggregate prices?

April 5, 2021 By and

Pit & Quarry contributor David Chereb offers perspective on aggregate pricing and what’s possibly ahead over the next few years.

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Outlook projects growth for aggregate in 2021, 2022

April 5, 2021 By

The economy is growing rapidly, and it will grow fast enough that labor shortages will show up in select industries – including construction, David Chereb writes.

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