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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
JANUARY 7, 2021
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Latest aggregate forecast says good riddance to 2020
While vaccines mean normalcy is nearing, aggregate forecaster David Chereb says other factors are still at play when it comes to aggregate demand.
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Plus: The Georgia Senate runoffs and their potential impact
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Command Alkon acquires Ruckit truck management software
The acquisition marked Command Alkon’s second 2020 investment in the construction logistics software space. Find out more about the deal and what’s ahead for the companies.
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Knife River on mission to establish synthetic limestone
Knife River Corp., an MDU Resources subsidiary, made an investment in Blue Planet Systems Corp. to explore synthetic aggregate.
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Superior adds dealer for New England

Road Machinery & Supplies to represent Telsmith

Volvo CE to pursue New York growth with Alta

Atlas Copco to have new power, flow division president

New director at Missouri Limestone Producers Association

AGC: Construction employment up in some states, down in others

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Sponsored: The two factors that are fueling single-family construction
Residential construction was a bright spot for construction in 2020, and Dodge Data & Analytics forecasts additional growth this year in single-family housing. Chief economist Richard Branch digs into the dynamics at play that should drive single-family housing further upward in the new year.
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Plus: Dodge economist discusses likelihood of a big 2021 infrastructure bill  
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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Haul truck developments you might have missed
Among the latest developments in hauling are John Deere's E-II articulated dump trucks, Caterpillar's 725 articulated truck and an autonomous electric hauler from Volvo Autonomous Solutions.
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Plus: Keestrack to launch redesigned crusher in coming months
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Manufacturers reflect on 2020, look ahead to 2021
Equipment suppliers share perspective, including Superior Industries’ John Garrison, Screen Machine’s Dave Stewart, Haver & Boecker Niagara’s Peter Kilmurray, VDG’s Alex Kanaris, IRock’s Nate Russell and Philippi-Hagenbuch’s Josh Swank.
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Producers, suppliers adapting on the fly successfully
The FAST Act extension was good news for the industry, AMCAST's Vinnie Rocco writes. But finding a long-term solution will be an uphill battle, as the U.S. may be facing COVID-related legislative delays well into 2021.
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Plus: Doing more with less the 2020 recipe for success
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2020 in a nutshell for Pit & Quarry readers
P&Q editor-in-chief Kevin Yanik looks back on 2020, selecting six developments the magazine covered that stand out about the aggregate industry's year that was.
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Tips to better manage direct-drive motors
Hydraulic direct drives are engineered for longevity, but preventive maintenance is often overlooked for this type of equipment until it is too late. Bosch Rexroth's Timothy McCrea explains.
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Maintenance tech to keep equipment running smoothly
Presenting some of the latest solutions in maintenance equipment for operators, including developments from Chevron, Columbia Steel, Heico-Lock and Petro-Canada Lubricants.
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