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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
FEBRUARY 4, 2021
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Pit & Quarry Roundtable moving
to June 2021

Originally slated for the end of March, the magazine is pushing back its annual event due to the pandemic. A new venue is also part of the changes. Find out how you can be a part of the annual Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference.
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Plus: P&Q’s February 2021 digital edition now available
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Stone, sand and gravel stand out in 2020 minerals production
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reports that crushed stone, sand and gravel generated $27 billion in value last year. Get additional details on the industry’s performance last year based on new USGS data.
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Cemex addressing cement shortage in West
The company is recommissioning a kiln at a cement plant in Mexico to alleviate shortages and project delays in California, Arizona and Nevada. Find out what company leaders such as Joel Galassini had to say about this development.
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Buttigieg confirmed as DOT secretary, the industry reacts

Granite executives to lead variety of areas

Mississippi Lime names safety director

John Deere rolls out performance tiering strategy

Flexco, MLT establish partnership in North America

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Sponsored: Employment as an indicator of the industry’s health
Associated General Contractors of America chief economist Ken Simonson discusses construction employment, sharing the latest on residential and nonresidential markets while providing some insight into how contractors are approaching hiring in 2021.
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Plus: What’s in store for public works construction this year?  
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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The latest in screening equipment
P&Q features a variety of screening equipment in a special supplement published within our January 2021 edition. Check out the very latest from suppliers such as Deister, Major, Syntron, Terex MPS and Unified Screening & Crushing.
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Plus: ABB HMI, drive faceplates offer views into automation systems
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Manufacturers reflect on 2020, forecast 2021
Equipment suppliers – including leaders from Haver & Boecker Niagara, IRock, Philippi-Hagenbuch, Screen Machine, Superior Industries and VDG – reflect on the year that was, as well as what to expect in 2021. Find out what they have to say.
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Plus: Construction spending mixed based on latest AGC findings
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Getting into the crushing and screening game
Highway Equipment has served the construction industry for nearly a century. Now, the longtime dealer is venturing into crushing and screening and building a new area of the business. Find out what’s ahead for the equipment dealer.
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Plus: P&Q Profile: Masters RMC’s Bob Housel
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Cement, concrete companies getting behind climate change action
LafargeHolcim recently joined a consortium to accelerate climate change initiatives, and the Portland Cement Association last month applauded the U.S. rejoining the Paris Agreement. Get the very latest on this developing area.
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Plus: Volvo CE’s outside-the-box innovation continues
Power transmission components for your operation
The latest power transmission components for the market include developments from ABB, Master Power Transmission, Regal Beloit and SEW-Eurodrive. Learn more about the new offerings from these companies.
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Cutting-edge equipment for aggregate operations
Among the very latest technologies available to aggregate producers are Titan International’s STL3 tire line and EIW’s Eagle Trek line of portable wash equipment. Dig into these new developments – and more.
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