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Tag: Martin Stone Quarries

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How production volumes, pricing are trending

January 12, 2022By and

Rod Martin, owner of Martin Stone Quarries, reflects on aggregate production volumes and pricing in his part of Pennsylvania.

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Martin Stone Quarries receives ‘Quality of Life’ award

August 6, 2021By

The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce presented Martin Stone with the James K. Boyer Quality of Life Award for its contributions to the community.

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From left: Greg Herb, Foundation board president; Tessi Melchior, Foundation executive director; and Rod Martin, president of Martin Stone Quarries and Foundation board vice president. Photo: Martin Stone Quarries

Martin Stone Quarries donates to Pennsylvania school district

February 24, 2021By

The aggregate producer donated $30,000 to the Foundation for Boyertown Education, supporting the local school district in Boyertown, Pennsylvania.

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Martin Stone Quarries has been providing aggregate and infield mix material to southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding states since 1953. Photo: Rod Martin

Martin: Production steady, but new pressures emerging

November 17, 2020By

Martin Stone Quarries owner Rod Martin weighs in from the Mid-Atlantic with a Road to Recovery commentary on aggregate production and pricing.

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Martin Stone Quarries has been providing aggregate and infield mix material to southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding states since 1953. Photo: Rod Martin

Martin: Expecting a positive 2020 finish in the Mid-Atlantic

September 30, 2020By

Rod Martin of Martin Stone Quarries says 2020 should end well, but 2021 and beyond might present serious questions.

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Martin Stone Quarries has been providing aggregate and infield mix material to southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding states since 1953. Photo: Rod Martin

Plowing through in Pennsylvania despite complex circumstances

July 27, 2020By

The pandemic presented Pennsylvania’s producers more challenges than most, but 2020, when said and done, may turn out alright in the Keystone State.

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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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Hanson Aggregates - Penns Park Quarry Conveyor, Newtown, Pennsylvania. Photo: Zach Mentz

Proactive lobby key to deeming Pennsylvania producers as ‘life-sustaining’

March 24, 2020By

When Pennsylvania’s governor initially classified the mining industry as “non-life-sustaining,” organizations like the Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association moved quickly to keep operations open.

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