A mobile processing unit – designed to manufacture and blend Class 1 explosive material – has been found to have created a potential fire hazard due to a missing rubber seal.
Astec prioritises customers
David Smale, Astec Australia’s Regional Managing Director of the Australia Pacific region, shares insights on what the quarrying industry has been experiencing and the role of companies like Astec in helping the industry overcome challenges.
Komatsu pioneers innovation hub for young future leaders
An intelligent lubrication system combines predictive maintenance with lubrication automation
As industries move into the future, reliable and intelligent lubrication solutions are a must to get the uptime in which you have invested.
Meet your specific requirements for power transmission systems
Discover ways to raise the performance of power transmission systems in the face of diminishing time and resources, and keep them running smoothly and profitably with information from SKF.
Industry focused STEM skills distributed to students
Students from Biloela State High School and Redeemer Lutheran College were given the chance to build industry competitive STEM skills, as they design and construct model hydraulic arms at a Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) workshop on the 19 October.
SEW-EURODRIVE gets behind concrete recycling facility
When construction and demolition materials recycling specialist Alex Fraser Group needed geared motors to support its sophisticated materials handling facility, it turned to SEW-Eurodrive.
IQA now hiring
The Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) is looking to hire an events co-coordinator based in Melbourne, Vic on a part-time basis.
Hawkesbury sandstone: a journey
Geologist Greg Thomson takes a step back in time to examine the history of what we know today as yellow block sandstone, or Hawkesbury Sandstone.
Putting people in the picture
Jenny Krasny has been working in quarrying for almost 20 years and is tireless in her drive towards diversity and inclusion.