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No hitches for quick hitch couplers -

Quick hitch couplers make it easier and safer to switch attachments.

Dump truck tray protector -

Keech’s Armourtech patented duckboard system protects the lip of a dump truck tray, increasing integrity and extending service life.

High output jaw crusher -

Telsmith’s newly launched H3450 comes complete with Hydra-Jaw technology.

Fast efficient rock drilling -

Caterpillar has increased its range of surface drilling products with the new MD5150C track drill.

Mobile cleaning test centre -

The Hydro-Clean mobile test plant from WS Tyler enables operations to test Hydro-Clean washing technology at their sites before committing to a capital...

In-Depth

Below the surface: Setting up an underground primary jaw crusher -

We’re all familiar with setting up crushing plants above ground but what about below ground? Assembling a primary jaw crushing plant underground has its own challenges – and questions of safety and maintenance. Subscription required.

News

Brick giants embark on joint venture -

CSR and Boral may combine their east coast brick operations in a joint venture, pending approval from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

Gloomy year for Yellow Table recipients -

Revenues for the world’s 50 largest construction equipment manufacturers fell by 10 per cent last year, according to the Yellow Table for 2013. 

Merger obstacles for construction materials titans -

Global construction materials industry titans LaFarge and Holcim have announced that they are likely to merge.

Explosives, chemicals supplier in the green -

Orica is one of only five Australian companies recognised in the international State of Green Business 2014 report.

Miner receives $1 million tax offset -

A coal miner has received $1.1 million to fund geoscience research and development — funding that is also available to companies in quarrying.

Universities and CSIRO form resources precinct -

Resource companies and government organisations will now be able to collaborate with world-leading expertise via a new national resource sciences precinct being set up out west.

Editor's Comment

Time to take Productivity Commission findings seriously -

The Productivity Commission has released a comprehensive interim report, at the Federal Government's behest, that raises some very sensible ideas about how governments should fund future infrastructure. But will the Federal Government itself actually take these recommendations seriously? Damian Christie considers some of the Productivity Commission's findings.

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