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Why not consider Somerset in England as a special quarry-styled present this Christmas?

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Christmas gift – with a quarry twist

Looking for that unusual Christmas present with a quarry twist? Why not try one in the UK? Read more »
WesTrac is expanding into the Chinese market with the purchase of some of Caterpillar’s Chinese assets.

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WesTrac expands in China

Mining services company WesTrac will purchase Caterpillar Global Mining’s distribution and support businesses operations in north eastern China. Read more »
The Terex/Volvo deal allows for the continued use of the Terex brand for a transitional period.

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Volvo CE takes on Terex trucks

Terex Corporation has announced it is selling its dump truck business to Volvo Construction Equipment for approximately $US160 million. Read more »
Three applications for quarry extensions along Australia’s east coast have all met with approval.

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End of year cheer for quarry extensions

Three approvals are on the cards for quarries along the country’s east coast. Read more »
The late South African president Nelson Mandela chipped a limestone rock on his return visit to the Robben Island limestone quarry in 1995.

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How Mandela’s legacy started in a quarry

The late Nelson Mandela was one of the world’s greatest leaders in every sense of the word. It is little known that his legacy began in a quarry. Read more »
Mining and construction expects to be amongst the sectors that will increase its recruitment in 2014 – but only marginally.

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Cautious optimism for employment

The results from an employment outlook survey for 2014 suggest employers in mining and construction expect to increase hiring marginally. Read more »
Joe Wagner and the award winning concrete.

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Green concrete win for Wagners

An airport developer and concrete and logistics company - Wagners - has won the Australian Innovation Challenge's professional category for manufacturing and hi-tech design.  Read more »
Sandvik’s campaign includes a Take 5 risk assessment app.

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Campaign counts on safety

Sandvik Mining has launched a new campaign called Make It Count to underline the company’s commitment to eliminating safety risks. Read more »
Rocla Materials plans to expand its sand quarry at Peats Ridge by another 36 hectares.

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Sand mine under fire from Greens

An application by Rocla for a sand mine expansion is being resisted by community groups, led by members of the Greens. Read more »
Explosives generate stress wave propagation through unsaturated granular media and can lead to rock fracturing.

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Maths to reduce rock fractures

Researchers are developing mathematical models to reduce rock fracturing and soil liquefaction caused by natural or man-made disasters. Read more »
Orica has applied to the NSW Government to increase production of ammonium nitrate at Kooragang Island.

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Explosives supplier to increase ammonium nitrate production

Explosives and chemicals supplier Orica plans to increase production of ammonium nitrate at its Kooragang Island site by 70,000 tonnes. Read more »
The concrete canoe named Wingin’ It was mixed and cast on campus in November.

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Up the creek in a concrete canoe

A group of US engineering students have built a canoe out of concrete for an intervarsity competition. Read more »
The new heavy duty Tsurumi KTV is compact and suitable for moving thick slurries.

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Enhanced suction with heavy duty slurry pump

Moving the thick slurries found in quarries is a challenge for any submersible pump. Tsurumi Pump, the world’s largest manufacturer of submersibles, has developed a new series for this application. Read more »
Paste technology is a modern way to handle and store tailings from mine operations in an environmentally sound way.

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Sustainable solutions for tailings treatment

Paste technology is offering an alternative and environmentally friendly way of disposing of tailings from the mining and quarrying industries. Read more »
A deep cone thickener is the first of a two-stage treatment process in the dewatering of waste streams with fine solids.

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Wet Processing Equipment: The Pros and Cons

When producing sand for construction grades and industrial specifications, there are many positives and negatives to consider in the employment of wet processing equipment. Read more »

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