Tag: Editors’ Blog

Please Fill Out The Following Fields.

What’s trending in the aggregate world?

February 13, 2019By

During a press conference at AGG1 2019, McLanahan Corp.’s Mark Krause pointed out three trends he’s currently seeing in the marketplace.

Read More
P&Q Roundtable attendees are largely optimistic about the new tax law but they have serious questions about how it affects Congress’ ability to pass something meaningful on infrastructure. Photo: iStock.com/ Ron and Patty Thomas

What the Election Day results probably mean for the aggregate industry

November 12, 2018By

Now that the House is in the hands of Democrats and the Senate is in Republican control, can our Congress come to terms on major legislative issues like infrastructure?

Read More
Martin Marietta logo

Martin Marietta’s preliminary view of 2019

November 9, 2018By

The company anticipates mid-single-digit growth in both aggregate pricing and shipments next year.

Read More
DCG Inc. US Aggregate Demand_Novemebr2018

A new, refreshing path forward for the aggregate industry

November 7, 2018By

S-C Market Analytics’ David Chereb offers his latest aggregate forecast.

Read More
Accenture’s Gaston Carrion

Determining who will run your future mine

October 31, 2018By

As the use of autonomous vehicles and other advanced technologies increases, the profile of the future mining workforce could change by up to 80 percent by 2024.

Read More
NSSGA logo

NSSGA breaks down the latest Trump regulatory agenda

October 29, 2018By

The agenda offers encouraging signs for the aggregate industry, according to the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA).

Read More
Photo: iStock.com/monkeybusinessimages

Separating the leaders from the laggards in digital tech

July 11, 2018By

Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik explains why producers should further explore digital solutions to best serve customers, citing a Cemex USA development as an example.

Read More

Outside-the-box equipment design

June 4, 2018By

The basic design of equipment such as crushers, loaders and haul trucks has not altered too dramatically over the course of the last 100 years. In our lifetimes, the most drastic design changes to quarry equipment may still be to come.

Read More