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Tag: supply chain

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Aggregate industry optimistic about the months ahead

January 4, 2022By

Despite shortages and supply chain disruptions, the aggregate industry is well positioned for a productive 2022, according to producers, equipment manufacturers and dealers.

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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

Planning your 2022 pump purchases

December 28, 2021By

Gorman-Rupp’s Matt Olivieri offers a supply update on pumps, sharing a word of advice for aggregate producers as they look ahead to spring production.

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Ron Kuehl says Polydeck is advising customers to share their 2022 forecasts and growth plans so his company can react accordingly. Photo: Polydeck

Screening insights: Planning for further supply headwinds

December 23, 2021By

Screen media manufacturers share the very latest on supply constraints and what aggregate producers should do to ensure a successful 2022.

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Wingra Stone VP reflects on 2021

December 15, 2021By and

Travis Wise, vice president and general manager at Wingra Stone, looks back on the year that was for his Wisconsin company and the roadblocks it faced.

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Mobile crushers offer short planning and installation time, reduced in-pit transport costs and added on-site flexibility, according to Wirtgen Group’s Evan Haddix. Photo: kozmoat98/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Local, federal funding key to North Carolina’s 2022

December 13, 2021By

Jasper Stem, executive director of the North Carolina Aggregates Association, shared his optimism for the industry in 2022 following an encouraging 2021.

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FMI says passage of a one-time infrastructure stimulus package could catapult aggregate producers into a “super cycle” not seen in decades. Photo: MichaelUtech/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Infrastructure funding driving Oklahoma’s 2022 outlook

December 8, 2021By

Devery Youngblood, executive director of the Oklahoma Aggregates Association, shares his thoughts on how 2021 turned out for producers in his state, as well as his 2022 outlook.

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AGC: Construction spending back up in October

December 1, 2021By

The Associated General Contractors of America says growth in the public and private nonresidential sectors offset declines in the residential sector.

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AGC: Construction jobs up in two-thirds of metros

December 1, 2021By

From October 2020 to October 2021, the Associated General Contractors of America says two-thirds of metro areas have added construction jobs.

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