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Tag: capital expenditures

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3 questions with Ritchie Bros.’ Doug Olive

August 18, 2020By

Ritchie Bros.’ IronPlanet marketplace is experiencing its busiest summer ever. Doug Olive, a senior vice president at the company, connected with P&Q to share what this summer has been like and what’s ahead.

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The Concrete Co.’s Dan Johnson speaks at P&Q Roundtable

Johnson: Capex being reevaluated as confidence is 
slowly restored

July 29, 2020By

The Concrete Company’s Dan Johnson offers his latest insights to the aggregate industry.

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Local service is as critical as ever to aggregate producers considering the economic uncertainties brought on this year. Photo: Terex Washing Systems

Breaking down the industry’s capex activity

June 26, 2020By

Aggregate producers came into 2020 with big equipment purchasing plans, but the pandemic forced many down a new road when seeking solutions.

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Forecasting the road ahead for construction materials

June 1, 2020By and

FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin and Scott Duncan explore the roller coaster that was the first quarter and offer a look ahead on mergers and acquisitions, highway funding and more.

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What’s happening with capex and M&A?

May 31, 2020By

FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin pays Pit & Quarry a visit, outlining the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on producer capital expenditures while exploring the merger and acquisition (M&Q) landscape.

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An aerial view of Inland Aggregates’ Spy Hill operation. From this angle, the primary crushing plant can be seen at the upper right while the secondary crushing plant is toward the center and the washing plant is at the bottom. Photo by Kevin Yanik

As production continues, producer spending shifts

May 29, 2020By

Equipment manufacturers and dealers weigh in on the capex trends they see in the aggregate industry at the moment.

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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

Producers invited to take second survey on coronavirus impacts

April 30, 2020By

Aggregate producers can take our latest survey dedicated to the coronavirus and its effects on operations.

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Cemex pauses production in Mexico as coronavirus response

April 6, 2020By

Cemex has temporarily halted operations in Mexico in effort to comply with the Mexican government’s response to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Says Turner Mining Group's Keaton Turner: "Social distancing is not a huge disruptor for us." Photo: Zach Stinton

Catching up with Turner Mining Group

March 31, 2020By

Turner Mining Group’s Keaton Turner and Tracy O’Brien visited with P&Q to reflect on the coronavirus pandemic, its impact on the industry and their outlook for the future.

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