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The JM1310 includes an extendable hopper that allows for a rear feeder.

Large, mobile jaw crusher

The JM1310 jaw crusher features one of the largest crushing chambers on a mobile chassis. Read more »
The Nordberg NP13 features a steep feed angle that reduces blow bar wear.

Impact crusher with two-part rear frame

Designed for increased safety and performance, the Nordberg NP13 impact crusher is ideal for secondary and tertiary applications. Read more »
The 2056 Vanguard jaw crusher features large, heavy-duty flywheels.

High capacity, heavy-duty jaw crusher

The 2056 Vanguard jaw crusher has been engineered to be one of the highest capacity jaw crushers on the market. Read more »
Kiverco’s recycling plant will be amongst the equipment on show at OPS’s open day event.

Quarry supplier to launch new enviro arm at open day

A quarry equipment supplier will celebrate a new distribution partnership and its 25th anniversary at an open day event next month. Read more »
The Striker CQ300 offers high capacity crushing and superior product quality.

Tracked, heavy-duty cone crusher

The Striker CQ300 is designed for hard rock and heavy-duty quarry applications as a secondary or tertiary crusher. Read more »
The Lokotrack LT7150 is quick and easy to operate and service.

Mobile VSI offers superior cubicity

Metso’s robust Lokotrack LT7150 crushing unit can be used on the toughest of rock sites. Read more »
The original Barmac crusher on permanent display at the entrance to the Kiwi Point Quarry, Ngauranga Gorge, Wellington. (Source: Louise Foord, History New Zealand)

Crushing stone with stone: Bryan Bartley, Jim Macdonald and the Barmac crusher

The Barmac crusher – the first of the industry’s vertical shaft impact crushers – is today a mainstay of the quarrying industry. But who were the extraordinary men behind the Barmac? Louise Foord and Neil Clayton pay tribute to two of the New Zealand quarrying industry’s legends, including Bryan Bartley, who passed away earlier this year. Read more »
Central Queensland Quarries managing director Ian Robinson (centre) with Sandvik sales support personnel Frank Grech (left) and Ben Willcox (right).

Case Studies
Close working relationship leads to repeat business

An excellent working relationship with a supplier’s technical sales and support personnel has resulted in a leading quarrying and crushing operator in central Queensland making a repeat purchase of a second crusher. Read more »
The Magotteaux VSI comes in three sizes - 2700, 2400 and 2100 - and can be either track-mounted or fixed.

Diversified quarry business kicks up a gear

A highly diversified quarry, waste and recycling business recently purchased its first Magotteaux vertical shaft impact (VSI) crusher. The business views this single purchase as a real “game changer” for its competitive future. Read more »
Once production volumes exceed a certain level, the economics favour wheeled (as opposed to tracked) plants.

Understanding system processing options

One job site or two? Stationary or mobile processing; custom stationary or modular? Tracked or wheeled plants? As Paul Smith explains, quarry operators must take into account how specific technologies will further their business objectives. Read more »
An NCVIB monitor at Peppertree Quarry.

Boral & Orica: Improving business

Today, in a maturing, shrinking and yet competitive market, the relationship between supplier and aggregate producer is becoming all the more vital. Peter Andriopoulos and David Miller explain how Boral and Orica have incorporated several initiatives into their supply agreement that have bolstered and enhanced their partnership. Read more »


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