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Tag: gravel

Pictured from left: Ron Watson, owner of Watson Gravel; Neil Hoobler, president of Supreme Manufacturing; NAME, position with Watson Gravel; and Elliot Archibald, vice president of sales and marketing at Supreme Manufacturing.

Watson Gravel investing in new clamshell dredge

June 15, 2022By

The Ohio-based sand and gravel producer awarded Supreme Manufacturing a contract to build a clamshell dredge at its flagship operation.

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Divestitures are sometimes required to complete a deal involving crushed stone, sand and gravel operations. Photo: iStock.com/peuceta

USGS: 2020 sand, gravel production nearly on par with 2019

March 10, 2021By

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) published data about 2020 construction sand and gravel production, pointing out top-producing states while offering a comparison to prior years.

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Aggregate rail carloads down in January 2021

February 4, 2021By

Crushed stone, sand and gravel rail carloads were down in January, according to the Association of American Railroads.

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Sunroc acquires Idaho-based Depatco

August 20, 2020By

Depatco operates nine gravel pits throughout Idaho and Wyoming.

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2017 aggregate production analysis

May 18, 2018By

Find out how crushed stone, sand and gravel production totaled last year.

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Tealinc to offer college scholarships

March 21, 2018By

Tealinc is now accepting applications for the company’s 2018 scholarship program where the company will award two, $1,000 scholarships.

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Rail shipments of aggregate up in January 2018

February 11, 2018By

U.S. railroads originated more carloads of crushed stone, sand and gravel this January compared to January 2017

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Aggregate a contributor to rail’s record-setting 2017 pace

December 8, 2017By

Intermodal rail traffic remains on pace to set an annual record in 2017, with strong gains in November, according to the Association of American Railroads.

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