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Mobile impactor with on-board screen -

The Lokotrack LT1213S mobile impactor from Metso offers increased productivity, economy and versatility.

Versatile wheeled conveyors -

The Telestack LS range of wheeled conveyors is now available from Tricon Mining Equipment.

Compact, cost-effective motorbase -

The new Rosta Type MB 38 motorbase distributed by CBC Australia is compact, user-friendly and cost effective.

Effective tail pulley protection -

Recognising that conveyor belt cleanliness isn’t only confined to the head pulley area, Flexco has introduced the V-Plough.

Improved pugmill blade design -

Precisionscreen has improved the design and manufacture of its Scorpion pugmill blades.


Celebrating 30 years of Quarry -

After 30 years of continuous publishing, Quarry is recognised as one of the world’s leading industry magazines – not a bad effort at all, given it sprang from a simple newsletter for the IQA’s Victorian branch members.


Global giant expands into aggregates market with acquisition -

A global engineering group has acquired an international quarry equipment supplier in order to expand its presence in the aggregates market.

Approved quarry to process more than one million tpa -

A council has approved a quarry that will produce more than one million tonnes per annum of material in preparation for planned local infrastructure.

State funding to double output, create jobs -

A state government has provided funding for a quarry expansion that would increase the operation’s productivity while creating new jobs for the region.

Sun damage costing outdoor industries millions -

New statistics have indicated that workplaces could save millions of dollars by ensuring outdoor workers have adequate sun protection.

Historic excavator cab to be restored -

An ironstone quarry and railway museum has received a grant that will allow it to restore the last surviving piece of a historically significant excavating machine.

Simple maths determines wheel loader choice -

As the local province gears up to host the next Winter Olympics, a South Korean quarry operator has employed two wheel loaders to ramp up production. Subscription required.

Editor's Comment

The campaign that could energise quarrying -

Quarrying shares similarities with the electricity industry - and many of the same challenges, the first being to convince consumers of how integral it is to their lives. Damian Christie examines an inspirational publicity campaign that the quarry industry should not lightly dismiss.

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