Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
JULY 1, 2020
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About P&Q’s Road to Recovery series
A new series from Pit & Quarry is designed to help producers navigate their businesses through these uncertain times and deliver the very latest information they need to make smart decisions.
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Breaking down the industry's capex activity
Aggregate producers came into 2020 with big equipment purchasing plans, but the pandemic forced many down a new road when seeking solutions. Find out what that new road looks like.
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Latest AEM survey illustrates the challenges manufacturers face
Manufacturing executives had plenty to say in a recent Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) survey, detailing the many effects of the pandemic on their businesses.
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Forecasting the road ahead for construction materials

Nearly $1B in federal grants awarded for state DOT projects
US market proving stronger for
Titan Cement

As production continues, producer spending shifts
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Road to Recovery: What’s ahead for aggregate pricing, residential market
S-C Market Analytics’ David Chereb shares his expectations for construction materials pricing in the next six to 12 months, as well as the changing nature of residential construction and what’s coming the industry’s way within this market.
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LafargeHolcim exec optimistic about the road ahead
Jay Moreau, CEO of U.S. aggregate and construction materials at LafargeHolcim, maintains a positive outlook for the aggregate industry – whether a major federal infrastructure bill is passed this year or not.
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How dealers are working through the pandemic
An economic slowdown in the first half of the year impacted the supply chain between manufacturers and producers, leaving equipment dealers caught in the middle and forcing key adjustments to their operations.
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Producers discuss ‘One MSHA’ initiative, mine inspections
Producers in the industry share their thoughts on the “One MSHA” initiative, their experiences and if the nature of mine inspections has shifted.
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