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New Products

Mobile jaw crusher with detachable screen -

Terex Finlay has launched the new J-1170AS primary mobile jaw crusher, the latest in its tracked range of mobile jaw crushers.

Belt-friendly dewatering idler -

Kinder & Co’s K-Wrapper dewatering idler is a preventative maintenance tool engineered to extract excess water from conveyor belts surfaces.

Highly sensitive metal detector -

Eriez Magnetics’ Metalarm MA3600 is a high specification metal detector ideally suited for installation in quarries and other tough locations.

Enhanced portable jaw plant -

The new Terex Cedarapids CRJ3255 portable jaw plant has been built to handle tough primary crushing applications.

Continuous, uninterrupted crushing -

The Sandvik QJ331 mobile jaw crusher offered through Precisionscreen is designed for operators seeking an economical solution for their quarry.

In-Depth

The Pottsy brothers: Keeping quarrying in the family -

Sibling rivalry and brotherly affection have no bounds when it comes to the quarrying industry. Brothers Craig and Travis Potts relate (in their own inimitable storytelling style) how they became involved in the quarrying industry – in completely different parts of the continent … Subscription required.

News

Spoil deal to transform quarry in six years -

A council has accepted an offer that could transform its inactive local quarry into a recreational community space within the next few years.

Report identifies need for industry upskilling -

A number of challenges confronting the quarrying sector, as well as the current and future skilling needs for the Australian resources and infrastructure industries, have been identified in a new report from the industry’s national skills council.

Emergency response teams simulate mine incident -

A recent simulation has demonstrated how on-site teams can work with local emergency services to co-ordinate a strong response to serious mining incidents.

Renegotiations progress landmark merger -

Global building materials giants Holcim and Lafarge have agreed on new terms for their landmark merger.

Tonka trucks brought to life -

The company behind Tonka trucks has teamed up with an automotive manufacturer to turn its fans’ dreams into a reality – in the form of a life-size, working version of the toy.

Supplier responds to ‘mayday’ call -

Mayday Earthmoving is in the business of helping. Established in 1992, Mayday is a long-standing earthmoving contractor that provides equipment to a range of projects throughout Western Australia, from the Perth metropolitan area to some of WA’s most remote regions. Subscription required.

Editor's Comment

Can you afford not to support your community? -

Damian Christie poses the question: Does creating a positive profile enable an operation to broaden its business opportunities?

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