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The Rammer B300 uses a Rammer 777 hydraulic hammer.

Durable, flexible breaker boom

The Rammer B300 breaker boom has been designed for optimum durability and reliability. Read more »
The Lokotrack LT125 features easy transportation and rapid installation.

Versatile, heavy-duty mobile crusher

Metso’s Lokotrack LT125 mobile crusher features a heavy-duty design that offers versatility and a multitude of options. Read more »
Flexco’s CoreTech rollers can help reduce a conveyor’s overall power consumption.

Lightweight rollers for maximum productivity

Made from a high strength composite material, Flexco’s CoreTech range represents the next generation of troughing and return rollers designed to maximise conveyor belt productivity. Read more »
The Trackstack 10342T can create stockpiles 15.5m high.

Super-sized tracked stockpiler

The Tesab Group’s Trackstack 10342T is one of the largest “mid-mount” tracked stockpilers in the market. Read more »
Active Weighing Solutions offers both single idler and multi-idler belt weigher designs.

Accurate belt weighers for existing plant

Active Weighing Solutions’ belt weighers can deliver accurate and reliable long-term results. Read more »
Accuweigh’s in-motion weighbridge automatically captures and records weights without requiring the vehicle to stop.

Load & Haul
Weighing on the go

Unlike static weighbridges or axle scales, Accuweigh’s weighing in-motion weighbridge does not require vehicles to stop. Read more »
The report found that more marble and granite had been used in the last half-century than in any previous era.

Outlook positive for the global aggregates industry

The world aggregates industry has enjoyed steady growth over nearly three decades, according to a new international report. Read more »
Holcim's proposed Innes Park quarry has been rejected after being called-in.

State government rejects new quarry proposal

A major industry company has expressed disappointment with a state government’s decision to turn down a quarry proposal that was designed to replace an existing quarry site. Read more »
The Hornsby Quarry rehabilitation plan will retain and enhance the quarry’s existing properties.

Adventure experiences touted for disused quarry

After years of deliberating how to reclaim the local disused quarry, a council has finally decided on a plan that will leverage the site’s unique properties. Read more »
The ACCC claims a joint venture between Boral and CSR could lead to a duopoly and reduced clay brick product range.

Concerns about proposed brick supplier JV

The consumer watchdog has raised a number of concerns about a proposed joint venture between two of Australia’s largest brick suppliers. Read more »
The report found that use of recycled aggregate offered environmental and economic benefits.

Report plugs benefits of using recycled aggregate

A new national report has highlighted the significant economic and environmental benefits of using recycled aggregates as traditional sources for pavement base continue to diminish. Read more »
The Sundew cab will be restored thanks to a heritage grant. Image copyright Michael Trolove and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons License.

Historic excavator cab to be restored

An ironstone quarry and railway museum has received a grant that will allow it to restore the last surviving piece of a historically significant excavating machine. Read more »


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