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King Arthur Flour has cannily used the web and social media to boost sales of its product.

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Social media, put your mind to it

So you think your company has boring products, do you? Well, it may not be your products that are boring, it might just be you!

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K-Snap-Loc is a cost-effective dust seal.

Maintenance Products
Cost-effective dust seal

The K-Snap-Loc dust seal system is a practical and cost-effective solution to dust control.

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Ritchie Bros’ marked its first Australian auction of the year with the opening of new facilities at its site in Geelong.

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New auction site attracts 1440 bidders

One of the world’s largest industrial auctioneers last week opened its new auction facility in Geelong, Victoria at a multi-million dollar grand opening auction.

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Novagg comprises 98 per cent recycled waste materials, including unsorted mixed coloured waste glass.

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UK partnership devised Novagg

New material Novagg could solve some of the construction industry’s needs for materials to make concrete blocks and structural grade concrete aggregate.

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A new study shows that koalas do not necessarily reintegrate into restored floral areas after mining.

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Animals “bear” the scars of disturbed landscapes

Restoring a disturbed landscape after mining is not a guarantee that the animals that once lived there will return, according to a new Australian study.

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Holcim will roll out Google Apps to its 40,000 IT users from mid-2014.

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Google App for Holcim worldwide

Construction materials giant Holcim is turning to Google to meet the challenges of a worldwide company with offices on every continent. 

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Mackay Regional Councillor Laurence Bonaventura favours buffering zones at Boral’s Cedar Creek quarry that are eight metres high.

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Cedar Creek quarry requirements under notice

Boral’s Cedar Creek Quarry expansion is before the Mackay Regional Council again, with councillors failing to agree on a buffering zone.

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Aligning industrial belts easier with this laser alignment tool from Gates.

Conveying
Alignment tool for industrial belts

Gates EZ Align precision device can align all your industrial belt drives easily with just one tool. Read more »
A 32GSM coupling with the 32EFG6K hydraulic hose.

Maintenance
High pressure hose exceeds SAE requirements

Gates’ new 32EFG6K, 2” diameter, 6000psi hydraulic hose is tested to one million impulse cycles, twice the SAE requirement. Read more »
Detec’s magnetic separators are used across a wide range of applications.

Crushing
Metal detectors and magnetic separators

Detec Australasia is a leading manufacturer of industrial metal detectors and associated equipment. Read more »
The MSB MS35AT hydraulic hammer is ideally suited for the 30-tonne to 45- tonne carrier and is an affordable alternative available from BA Equipment Group.

Attachments
Affordable super breaker

BA Equipment Group has added MSB hydraulic hammers to its product range as an affordable alternative in the rock breaker market. Read more »
Residents are resisting efforts by the shire council to open a lime pit near the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge in WA’s southwest.

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Residents unite against quarrying developments in Queensland, WA

Local residents in Western Australia’s southwest are opposing the use of a lime pit while in northern Queensland, Boral has withdrawn a quarrying application. Read more »


 


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