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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
JUNE 3, 2021
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Chereb: Growth ahead for economy, aggregate industry
P&Q contributor David Chereb forecasts aggregate pricing strength to return by mid-2021 in most areas and do even better in 2022. Find out what’s fueling Chereb’s optimism.
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Astec reorganization streamlines legacy brands
Brands such as Breaker Technology, KPI-JCI & Astec Mobile Screens and Telsmith will now operate as Astec. Find out more about the reorganization, which takes place along with a rebranded logo, color palette and website.
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ROCKS Act included in surface transportation reauthorization bill
The ROCKS Act would establish a working group to study the use of aggregates and recommend practices and policies to ensure continued access to them. Learn more about the bill and how the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association is reacting
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Turner Mining Group expands Utah mining team

Haver & Boecker Niagara hosts course for university students

Fenner Dunlop app allows for conveyor monitoring

TRUX names chief technology officer

Expanded Eriez plant to accelerate R&D

Hoyt Wire Cloth to expand Pennsylvania plant

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Sponsored: How migration shifts are affecting aggregate demand
P&Q contributor David Chereb discusses what’s currently driving the U.S. population to shift. Ultimately, he says, shifts can have an impact on demand for construction materials. Learn more in this week’s video.
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Plus: What the ‘end of masks’ means for the nation and the industry
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 aggregate equipment for your operation
From loaders to laser level transmitters, Cat, Liebherr, Hawk Measurement Systems and others present their latest equipment.
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Plus: Cat debuts pair of XE wheel loader models
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Quantifying alkali-silica reaction in Pennsylvania
A pair of producers shares the findings of a joint study measuring the reactive levels of aggregates on thousands of miles of Pennsylvania’s roads and bridges. Read their article.
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How Ideal Ready Mix is running portably with success
With all-new equipment for a relatively new site, Ideal Ready Mix is already realizing a variety of production benefits. Learn more about this operation based in Iowa.
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Plus: Tri-Parish Sand & Gravel showcases its modular wash plant
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Crusher manufacturer aims to expand in North America
Helmut Haider, head of sales at SBM Mineral Processing, says the mobile crusher manufacturer will eventually turn its full focus to North America, where the company currently has a small presence in Canada. Learn more about SBM.
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Digitally enabling crushers can transform operations
Advances in digital technologies provide an opportunity to take greater control over production, enabling manufacturers to take corrective action in real time. FLSmidth’s Dale Mclean explains why. 
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Chereb: More growth is on the horizon for aggregate producers
P&Q 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. Get the very latest from Chereb.
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