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Freedonia's global forecast for asphalt is brighter.

News
Asphalt global market forecast

Freedonia Group, the US-based industry market research company, has published its World Asphalt study that includes forecasts of global consumption for asphalt. Read more »
Concept art for the proposed Quarry Intercontinental in China.

News
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 »
Topcon's new long-range self-levelling construction laser.

Geology
Laser levelling with Topcon

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has released the RL-SV2S, a new dual grade, long-range, self-levelling construction laser with multi-use features. Read more »
Terex is offering modular "plug and play" crushing plant and equipment.

Crushing
Plug and play with Terex modules

In response to customer feedback, Terex Minerals Processing Systems has launched a new modular product line that is versatile, interchangeable and easy to set-up.   Read more »
QME's 10th expo will be held in July at Mackay, Queensland.

News
Two decades of Queensland exhibitions

Mackay will be the host city for the 10th Queensland Mining & Engineering (QME) exhibition to be held from 24 to 26 July, 2012 at the Mackay Showgrounds and also at the Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre. Read more »
MD Rockwell Keith D Nosbusch (right) says his company is committed to responsible business ethics worldwide.

News
Rockwell remains ethical

Rockwell Automation, a global supplier of control logic systems, sensors, human-machine interfaces, drive controllers, power devices, and software for the mining and quarrying industries, has been listed as one of the world’s most ethical companies for the fourth time by the Ethisphere Institute. Read more »
Lincoln Crawley has tips to overcome skills shortages.

News
Talent search for manpower

According to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, Australian employers have confidence in the mining and construction sector. Read more »
The Newbury family is a mine of information.

News
His, hers and mine

It was a face-off at the University of New South Wales as a father and daughter studied mining together. Read more »
Interlube's electric heavy-duty grease pump.

Maintenance Products
Heavy-duty grease delivery

Interlube has developed an electric heavy-duty grease pump with an in-built controller suitable for harsh operating conditions. 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 »
RUD’s Bulkos apron feeder conveyor for abrasive applications.

New Products
RUD Bulkos apron feeder conveyor

RUD’s Bulkos apron feeder conveyor offers wear resistance for abrasive applications. Read more »
Gates Poly Chain GT Carbon belt.

Maintenance Products
Gates belts for quarries

Poly Chain GT Carbon is Gates’ most powerful synchronous belt designed for optimum performance on high torque, low speed drives for shaker screens, conveyors and roller chain replacement applications. Read more »
Bell's ADT range has new engines.

Load & Haul
Bell ADT’s new engines

Bell Equipment’s D series articulated dump truck (ADT) has undergone regular upgrades to keep the range competitive. Read more »
LoadManager from Atlas Weighing will simplify loading.

Load & Haul
Weighing in with LoadManager

LoadManager by Compuload can be used as an onboard weighing system on all types of vehicles with axles or axle groups equipped with air or steel spring suspension systems. Read more »
Rubislaw quarry in Aberdeen, Scotland is filling up with water.

News
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 »

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