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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
JULY 22, 2021
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Newly established company buys Fred Weber assets
New Frontier Materials formed last year, with former Vulcan Materials chairman and CEO Don James now serving as chairman of the new company's board of directors. Find out what the new company’s acquisition entails and what other big names are involved in the venture.
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MSHA: Miners continue to die in rollover accidents
The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) issued a safety alert because of recent vehicle rollover accidents, noting that miners died when vehicles flipped over backward, rolled over or tipped over on their side. Find out what messages the agency is imparting on the industry.
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Logo: Dodge
Dodge Data: Construction starts slip in June
Higher materials prices are weighing heavily on single-family construction, Dodge Data & Analytics reports. Get the latest on nonbuilding, nonresidential and residential construction.
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New McLanahan mineral sizer to debut at MINExpo

John Deere offering JDLink at no additional charge

Rubble Master, Century Equipment partner in West

Rock Machinery adds service manager

Petro-Canada Lubricants fluids, greases to be on showcase

Terex Materials Processing acquires MDS International

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Midwest contract crusher’s rapid growth continues
Darian Houssain is president of Pro Lawn, which evolved into an established contract crushing company covering chunks of Indiana, Ohio and northern Kentucky. P&Q recently visited Houssain on a job near Indianapolis, where he shared the company’s unique origins and detailed how the company plowed through the pandemic’s trying months.
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Plus: How the pandemic influenced the dealer-customer dynamic
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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Photo: Haver & Boecker Niagara
Haver & Boecker Niagara to highlight Pulse software at MINExpo
The company's vibration analysis software offers aggregate operations insights about equipment performance. Find out more about it.
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Plus: What Caterpillar has planned for MINExpo
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New book explores sustainability through permitting, regulation lenses
GZA's Mark Krumenacher recently completed a book titled “Quarry Regulatory Control & Permitting: Defending the Foundation of a Sustainable Society,” and he paid P&Q a visit to discuss it. Check out the Q&A.
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Murphy Concrete & Construction maximizes screen’s modularity
Murphy Concrete & Construction turned to McLanahan Corp. for a plant that would produce drier product while giving it the ability to quickly and easily move production from one location to another. Learn more about the operation’s journey.
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Plus: New screening technology to keep an eye on
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Reducing risks around conveyor systems
With powered haulage fatalities at a 15-year high, the Mine Safety & Health Administration is promoting best safety practices with equipment – including conveyor systems.
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Utilizing the right oils, lubricants when mining in the heat
It's important to reexamine if the right oils and lubricants are in use with your equipment and environment, as getting it wrong puts machinery at risk. Find out how your operation can get it right while making a positive impact on the bottom line.

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P&Q Profile: Columbia Steel's Martha Cox
Martha Cox, president and CEO of Columbia Steel, paid P&Q a visit to discuss her company’s 120-year history and share the change she’s seen take place within the aggregate industry during her time. Check out the Q&A.
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