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Motion Industries names Central Group VP

January 9, 2020By

Chris Pacer, who has more than 24 years of experience within the industry, takes on this new role with the company.

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2019 state by state report: Ohio

December 13, 2019By

Pat Jacomet, the executive director of the Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association, offers his thoughts on the Buckeye State’s 2020.

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Great Lakes limestone trade jumps 8 percent in November 2019

December 11, 2019By

Loadings derived from U.S. quarries increased 12.2 percent to 2.6 million tons.

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Aggregate producers are raising concerns as MSHA merges coal inspectors with the metal/nonmetal mining sector. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Aggregate production up 8 percent in third quarter of 2019

December 11, 2019By

Crushed stone production was up 9 percent while sand and gravel production was up 5 percent, the U.S. Geological Survey reports.

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The forecast for public works construction remains positive, especially when compared to other construction segments. Photo: iStock.com/Jens_Lambert_Photography

Strong public support for infrastructure investment continues

December 2, 2019By

Voters approved nearly 90 percent of transportation investment ballot measures this year, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association reports.

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Great Lakes limestone trade up in October 2019

November 26, 2019By

Limestone trade is also up on the year through 10 months, according to the Lake Carriers’ Association.

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New CEO at National Lime & Stone

September 17, 2019By

Paul Palmer was promoted to the position while Carleton Palmer transitions to executive chairman.

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Limestone trade holding strong on the Great Lakes

September 11, 2019By

Shipments were up nearly 8 percent in July, and the limestone trade significantly bettered the month’s five-year average.

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