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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
SEPTEMBER 15, 2020
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Granite Construction opens plant in Southern California
Granite Construction recently opened its Big Rock Aggregate & Asphalt Plant in Llano, California. The plant will provide aggregate and asphalt to private and public customers in northern and western Los Angeles, Ventura, Kern and San Bernardino counties.
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Komatsu breaks ground on Milwaukee headquarters
Komatsu Mining Corp. broke ground on a new headquarters and manufacturing campus in Milwaukee. Learn more about the new facility.
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Dodge Momentum Index shows second monthly consecutive rise
Dodge Data & Analytics reported the second consecutive monthly rise in its Momentum Index, a sign that the construction sector is continuing to recover.
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McLanahan hires regional sales manager

IRock adds director of product development

Petro-Canada Lubricants launches biodegradable hydraulic fluid

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Aggregate production down in second quarter
While second-quarter crushed stone production for consumption dropped 2.3 percent, sand and gravel was set back 4.6 percent. Find out more from the U.S. Geological Survey's second-quarter production findings.
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Assessing the coronavirus, the election and more
Find out how much stock SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb is putting into the coronavirus and the upcoming election when producing an aggregate forecast.
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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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Logo: Allu
Heavy-haul 101: A collection of answers to common heavy-haul questions
Operators must consider the specifications of the intended load, road conditions in their operating area, and a variety of other factors.
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It’s time to rethink mine water management
Effective water management is crucial to profitable mine operations, but it often takes a back seat to other operational priorities. Hear from Xylem experts on how to make the transition to smarter water technology as seamless and scalable as possible.
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Blasting: The story of breaking rock
Check out the final chapter in P&Q’s special series offering a history of blast design and insight on what’s ahead for quarry blasting optimization.
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Why remote MSHA enforcement
is serious

The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) has employed technology to remotely conduct some enforcement procedures, and mine operators should treat the investigations with the same seriousness and preparation.
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Cover art - First Row: Buffalo Wire; Screen Machine; John Deere; Martin Sprocket & Gear; Regal Beloit; Superior Industries; thyssenkrupp; Sandvik; Terex MPS; Bridgestone
Second Row: Metso; VDG (Van der Graaf); Command Alkon; Terex Trucks; EvoQuip; Rockmore International; Telsmith; Durex Products; PPI; Carver
Third Row: Syntron Material Handling; vchal iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images; Smiley Monroe; Eagle Crusher; Thompson Pump; Kleemann
Fourth Row: Loadhandler Power Products; Continental; Komatsu; BinMaster; Eagle Iron Works; Brunner & Lay
Fifth Row: ABB; ASGCO; Hawk Measurement Systems; Trimble; Major; Douglas Manufacturing
Sixth Row: Volvo CE; Polygon; Caterpillar; Junjin America; Talbert Manufacturing; Gorman-Rupp
Seventh Row: Weir Minerals; Scale & Control; Maxam Tire; Timken; Powerscreen; EccoFab; Stedman Machine; RockShield Rubber Co.; Respec; Casella
Eighth Row: Van Tongeren; Libra Systems; Rice Lake Weighing Systems; Volvo Penta; Case CE; Kolberg-Pioneer Inc.; Vertiflo; Deister Machine Co.; Titan; Dynatrol

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