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Manufacturers optimistic as they look to coming months

A number of equipment manufacturers offered their two cents on the state of the aggregate industry at last month’s AGG1.

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Dodge: Total construction starts decline in March

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New dynamics at play in crushing parts supply

Columbia Steel leaders offer the latest on the supply environment as it pertains to key materials like manganese.

Stedman Machine Company


Stedman’s Mega-Slam HSI for Efficient Primary Crushing

The best in class Stedman Mega-Slam HSI is not only efficient, economical and durable, but designed to increase profits by maximizing the production of marketable cubical product. Stedman Machine Company, 812-926-0038.

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BME debuts digital initiation system

The new system embodies the tech advancements of Axxis Titanium while providing a cost-effective option for mines blasting on a smaller scale.

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AGC: Construction jobs gains continue but more work ahead

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Rokbak appoints North American dealer

ProSource Machinery, based in Denver, will now represent the Rokbak brand throughout Colorado and Montana.

Columbia Steel


Looking for American-made replacement wear parts for your crusher?

Ask Columbia Steel about existing cone, gyratory, and jaw crusher wear part designs, or patterns with custom modifications, to reduce development costs and turnaround while meeting your productivity challenges.

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Four questions with Superior’s John Bennington

John Bennington, product manager of washing and classifying at Superior Industries, visited with P&Q at the AGG1 trade show.

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Seven questions with Schurco Slurry's Will Pierce

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Software, telematics devices to improve operations

Check out developments from BinMaster, Command Alkon, TAC Insight and Topcon Positioning Group.

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What McLanahan has in store for Hillhead


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Buffalo Wire Works displays full line of products

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Unified Screening & Crushing highlights equipment

Preco Electronics


Safety Concerns Solved

PreView Radar Sensors are designed to detect moving and stationary objects in blind spots to significantly reduce accidents. Find out for yourself how PreView Radar can help your company, and start your pilot project today!

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Washington state program earns award for promoting jobs

The AGC of Washington Education Foundation was awarded the top AGC Innovation Award for its work in combating workforce shortages in construction.

NSSGA: Regulation maze jeopardizing infrastructure goals

Officials from the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) and American Road & Transportation Builders Association explain what’s happening in Washington.



Pit & Quarry Magazine

Highlights from the 2022 NSSGA Annual Convention

Taking safety beyond training mandated by MSHA

Training lays the groundwork for safety, but Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA)-mandated training alone is not enough.

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