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Concept art for the proposed Quarry Intercontinental in China.

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Quarries to become more homely?

Quarries could be the new fashion trend in housing with two developments already in the pipeline, one in China and the other in Orange, New South Wales. Read more »
Ultrahawke has re-locatable steel foundations for weighbridges.

New Products
Ultrahawke re-locatable weighbridge foundations

Ultrahawke offers weighbridge buyers re-locatable steel foundations. Read more »
Rubislaw quarry in Aberdeen, Scotland is filling up with water.

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Not all Black and Whyte at Scottish quarry

Sandy Whyte and Hugh Black purchased Aberdeen’s Rubislaw granite quarry in 2010 but now it is filling up too fast with water. The five-acre quarry is 150m deep, almost 120m wide and was closed in 1971. Read more »
Reynolds Soil Technologies has helped Boral in Queensland beat its dust problems.

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Dust buster at Boral’s West Burleigh quarry

Reynolds Soil Technologies (RST) is the prime dust buster at Boral’s West Burleigh quarry, a hard rock quarry site in Queensland. Read more »
Roy Watterson (centre), CEO of Lincom Group, proudly holds aloft Powerscreen’s award for outstanding dealer performance.

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Outstanding contribution to Lincom Group

Powerscreen presented awards to its top dealers at its world dealer conference held in Cape Town, South Africa in late February, which was attended by 300 dealers and staff. Read more »
Orica Mining Services has released its pocket blast guide app.

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Orica app blasts onto the scene

Orica Mining Services’ Pocket Blast Guide is now a mobile app and provides access to blast calculations, conversions, product information and tools for managing blasting operations. Read more »
Waste to Value Stone has found a way of recycling granite.

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Recycled granite becomes reality

According to market research conducted in the US, 85 per cent of granite excavated for counter tops is discarded during processing but a US company called Waste to Value Stone has a novel solution.

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Bell articulated dump trucks B40D and B50D have been upgraded.

Load & Haul
Bell rings in recent changes for D series ADT

Bell Equipment’s D series Articulated Dump Truck (ADT) has kept up with technology through frequent upgrades.

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Kleeman Mobirex EVO at work.

Crushing
MOBIREX EVO MR 130 Z

This powerful new impact crusher has an improved material flow concept that ensures no restrictions to the flow of material and it successfully prevents blockages, reduces wear and increases plant performance. Read more »
The AccuWash Mk2 wheel wash system offers increased washing performance.

Maintenance Products
AccuWash MK2 Truck Wheel Washer

The fully automatic AccuWash Mk2 Truck Wheel Washer is designed to thoroughly remove dust, soil, mud and organic materials from wheels, tyres and under-bodies before vehicles access public roads. Read more »
Due to the poor residential construction outlook Boral will scale down production of bricks in Western Australia.

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Boral results reflect disappointing conditions

Boral CEO Mark Selway has announced the company’s half-year results, saying that it is disappointing that economic conditions have not improved, especially those related to residential housing in Australia. Read more »
Holcim sold more cement, aggregates and ready-mix concrete, increasing net sales.

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Holcim annual results released

Holcim, worldwide suppliers of cement and aggregates, ready-mix concrete, asphalt and services, has released its annual results for 2011. Read more »


 


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