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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
MAY 6, 2021
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Chereb: More growth is on the horizon for aggregate producers
In P&Q’s latest edition, contributor David Chereb says the industry can expect an infrastructure bill and a growing economy to charge aggregate demand in the months and years to come. Read Chereb’s latest aggregate forecast.
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Marty Ozinga III
Remembering Marty Ozinga III
Marty Ozinga III, chairman of the board at the construction materials company bearing his name, died April 26 at age 71. Learn more about Ozinga’s career in the industry.
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New Enterprise Stone & Lime acquires Hempt Bros.
The acquisition includes three aggregate plants, four hot-mix asphalt plants, two ready-mixed concrete plants and more. Find out what’s ahead for New Enterprise in Pennsylvania.
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Cemex sales up in first quarter

Aggregate business helps drive Arcosa’s first quarter

First-quarter sales up at CRH

USLM lime, limestone revenues up in first quarter

EvoQuip distributor opens Indianapolis facility

Hoyt Wire Cloth to expand Pennsylvania plant

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Sponsored: PCA’s Ireland discusses the state of the cement industry
Portland Cement Association (PCA) president and CEO Mike Ireland discusses the health of the cement industry, the challenges producers currently face, how consumption is faring and more. Watch the Road to Recovery video.
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Plus: Infrastructure talks heating up
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Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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Case CE debuts G Series wheel loader enhancements
The manufacturer’s enhancements aim to improve performance and productivity, increase uptime, and afford operators greater control of wheel loaders. Get the details.
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Plus: Grade control tech options new for select Hitachi excavators
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Establishing the right mindset for start-up
While producers may feel pressure to ramp back up quickly following winter, an effective start-up means taking the time to prepare employees for the production season ahead. Find out what an effective start-up truly entails.
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Plus: Presenting P&Q’s 2021 Start-Up Guide
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Photo gallery: Drilling and blasting through the years
Take a look back through the 20th century with a gallery of photos showcasing drilling and blasting tech that was utilized within quarry operations.
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The White House grades each state’s infrastructure
With the American Jobs Plan now in the public sphere, the Biden administration produced a series of fact sheets highlighting the infrastructure needs of every state. Find out how the White House ranked your state.
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Inspector general's findings introduce new pressures on MSHA enforcement
The inspector general’s recent criticism of Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) violation abatement oversight could haunt mine operators. Ogletree Deakins' Bill Doran and Margo Lopez explain why.
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The latest software to provide on-site solutions
Libra Systems, Soil Connect, ABB and BinMaster offer some of the newest software and automation technology solutions to boost operations.
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