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Multiquip Aggregates' fleet will enable Syngas to begin operations immediately at CEAL’s Ardmore Park quarry.

Syngas to acquire Ardmore Park quarry

A power generation giant has formally entered the extractive industry with the proposed acquisition of quarrying and civil construction interests. Read more »
The Asia-Pacific region will have its largest mining sales growth in 2017.

Asia-Pacific machinery demand to increase

Worldwide demand for mining machinery is forecast to grow over the next three years, despite short term sales weaknesses.  Read more »
Siltbuster solutions are adding to PR Power’s product range.

Australian distributor for water treatment supplier

UK construction site water treatment and silt pollution prevention specialist Siltbuster has appointed PR Power as its official distributor for Australia. Read more »
Participants in the hand over of the new Barmac rotor: (l-r) Anita Waihi (Metso), Lance Henare (Nucrush), Troy Marshman (Nucrush) and Adam Lane (Metso). Photo by Jason Egan (Nucrush).

Nucrush gets Barmac prize

Nucrush has gratefully accepted delivery of a new Metso Barmac rotor won at auction at the last IQA national conference. Read more »
Steinexpo comes alive every three years.

Pit resurfaces its layout for trade fair

A basalt quarry in Germany’s northwest is being prepared for Europe’s largest open air exhibition of plant and equipment. Read more »
Boral Cement’s Marulan operation will feature in a local expo next month.

Council announces extractive industry expo

A local council has embraced the large number of quarries in its local area, viewing them as an economic advantage. Read more »
Rocla’s Calga sand mine from the air.

Residents vow to sand bag sand mine

Central east coast residents are battling approved expansion plans by Rocla Materials for a sand quarry. Read more »
The Ai Group and ACA both support a bill for improvement to the building industry.

Industry backs return of watchdog

Industry bodies put their support behind Federal Government efforts to reintroduce building and construction commission. Read more »
Precious metals like platinum are in abundance in asteroids.

Scientist questions merits of off-earth mining

A new study may be bad news for companies that are hoping to mine asteroids for valuable ores. Read more »
Sibelco Australia is barring a neighbour from using a haul road near its Gulgong quarry.

Road closure ignites battle with neighbour

A rural property owner has accused an aggregates business of bullying her into using a farm access road which is on a floodplain.  Read more »
Boral’s Reedy Creek quarry will now go ahead after intervention by the Queensland Government.

Minister grants go-aheads to quarries

Despite community and local council opposition, approvals for the Reedy Creek and the Mt Cotton quarries have been granted. Read more »
Prototypes for space use have been built based on a Cat 287 C skid steer loader.

Caterpillar joins the space race

The reality of mining on asteroids is growing, with Caterpillar teaming up with NASA to develop it. Read more »


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