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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
APRIL 8, 2021
What’s causing disruptions in the supply chain?
The supply chain has been a real issue so far in 2021. P&Q’s Kevin Yanik addresses this topic in his column this month, relaying perspective shared by equipment suppliers on what’s causing delays that are essentially impacting manufacturers in every industry.
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Plus: Supply chain uncertainties surfacing ahead of start-up
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Outlook projects growth for aggregate in 2021, 2022
The economy is growing rapidly, and it will grow fast enough that labor shortages show up in select industries – including construction, David Chereb writes. Read Chereb’s latest Aggregate Forecast column.
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AGC: Construction spending slips
Shrinking demand, soaring costs and supply delays are threatening construction project completion dates and finances, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) reports.
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EvoQuip names dealer for Alberta

Hyundai names West district sales manager

Motion names group VP of automation

Martin Sprocket’s Bell to serve CEMA as president

MSHA opens Brookwood-Sago grant program for 2021

U.S. Concrete board to undergo change

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Sponsored: Might a vehicle-miles-traveled tax be the answer for infrastructure?
Although infrastructure talks are heating up, it’s not fully clear how legislators intend to pay for a potential multitrillion-dollar bill. Pit & Quarry contributor David Chereb weighs in on the pay-for approach and how that might – or might not – be a sticking point to getting a deal done.
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Plus: Sponsored: Infrastructure talks heating up
Photo: P&Q StaffRoad to Recovery
Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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Caterpillar brings large mining loader to market
Caterpillar’s new 992 wheel loader offers enhancements in productivity and efficiency, according to the company. Find out more about the new development from Cat.
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Plus: Sandvik launches system for large-hole size drilling
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Sponsored: For restarting operations, consider a look-and-hear approach
Luff Industries CEO Matthew Fasoli shares best practices for starting up operations after the winter. Plus, Fasoli shares how the company’s newest product, Wear Wolf Wing Pulley, is a game changer in the industry.
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Plus: Presenting P&Q’s 2021 Start-Up Guide
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Hoover Materials scores natural sand source, turnkey plant
After Hoover Materials unexpectedly stumbled upon an abundance of natural sand and gravel at a Tennessee quarry, it commissioned a Superior Industries turnkey plant to handle a variety of saleable products.
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Next-generation emulsions present new possibilities
Drones, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems are among the most cutting-edge technologies being incorporated into blasting operations. As exciting as those are, though, Precision Blasting Services’ Anthony Konya is most excited about new developments in emulsions and what those mean for the future of blasting. Find out why.
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Plus: Blasting education at the ready
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P&Q Profile: Precision Blasting Services’ Anthony Konya
Precision Blasting Services vice president Anthony Konya visits with P&Q this month to talk blasting trends, technology and more. Check out our Q&A with Konya.
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Equipment to improve drilling, blasting operations
Soosan America, Dyno Nobel and other manufacturers share their latest devices and equipment to enhance drilling and blasting operations. Check them out.
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