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After a successful 2022, industry stakeholders are optimistic that, given the right conditions, 2023 with be another bountiful year. Photo: P&Q Staff

Aggregate industry stakeholders hopeful for 2023

December 13, 2022By

Aggregate producers, equipment manufacturers, dealers and state association heads are mostly optimistic heading into the new year.

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In its latest quarterly report on aggregates, the U.S. Geological Survey says aggregate production was up 3 percent in the third quarter. Photo: P&Q Staff

Assessing the aggregate industry as 2022 nears finish line

November 29, 2022By

Aggregate producers were once again resilient in 2022, but their ability to adapt has been on full display this year.

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Cemex's Balcones Quarry received a gold Community Relations Excellence Award from the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association, and also received the Stars of Excellence award. Photo: P&Q Staff

NSSGA names Community Relations Excellence Award winners

September 21, 2022By

Danville Quarry, the top scoring gold award winner, was also named the plantum award winner on the first day of NSSGA’s Legislative & Policy Forum.

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AGG1 returns with the co-located World of Asphalt March 29-31. Photo: World of Asphalt

Excitement building for the upcoming AGG1

February 21, 2022By

Those attending and exhibiting at next month’s event share their plans and expectations for the industry’s big 2022 trade show.

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Several factors have cause drastic delays in the supply chain, in turn causing those throughout the aggregates industry to revisit their buying habits. Photo: wolv/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Supply chain issues causing waiting game for producers, dealers

October 4, 2021By

Continued supply chain issues – longer lead times, labor shortages and price increases – are forcing companies to reevaluate how they buy and sell.

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Discussing the reality of where products originate

September 24, 2020By

Seemingly everything has a connection to China in one form or another. P&Q’s Kevin Yanik illustrates the point while introducing the magazine’s October cover story.

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A discussion on "Made in America" today tends to come down to the U.S. and China. Photo: MakaronProduktion/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

‘Made in America’ and the aggregate industry

September 24, 2020By

What the product label means to aggregate producers in a global marketplace.

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While aggregate production may be a bit down this year, top producers remain profitable by keeping a watchful eye on their spending. Photo: P&Q Staff

When equipment purchasing might pick up

September 1, 2020By

Big spending on equipment skidded to a halt earlier this year, but signs are emerging that capex may pick up steam sooner than later.

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Riprap and boulders represent about 15 percent of Albert Frei & Sons’ revenue, yet only 2 percent of its volume, President Albert Frei Jr. says. Photo by Kevin Yanik

How the coronavirus is changing the way aggregate producers do business

March 30, 2020By

Producers weigh in on how the pandemic is forcing them to rethink simple business practices.

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