Holcim Australia’s decorative concrete brand, Geostone, has officially launched The Melbourne Range, a collection of 28 new decorative concrete products in various colours and styles to be used in infrastructure projects.
Terex enables processing sand and aggregate from a single plant
Saving time, money and providing a precise end product, the FM Pentium plant supplied by Terex Washing Systems is a must-have for dual purpose washing applications.
A new generation of Hitachi offerings
This year, Hitachi Construction Machinery will be officially launching new wheel loaders and excavators from its popular ZW-7 and ZX-7 series in Australia. Quarry spoke to the Hitachi team to find out more.
Volvo CE reveals Connected Map technology for vehicle visualisation
Volvo Construction Equipment has unveiled the Connected Map solution, a positioning service which provides a visualised site overview for all machines and vehicles on site, including non-Volvo equipment.
CDE aids Waters Excavations to divert waste from landfill
Victoria-based civil contracting and concrete recycling company Waters Excavations has invested in an 80 tonnes-per-hour wash plant from CDE, in a bid to recover valuable waste.
Moodlu Quarry integral to water recycling scheme
The Wamuran Irrigation Scheme in QLD has reached a major milestone with the inclusion of the rehabilitated Moodlu Quarry now essential to the continuation of the project.
Kinder air seal enables smooth conveying
The Essential Air Seal, designed with a combination of products provided by Kinder Australia, has opened up a new way of suppressing dust within quarries.
Adbri appoints Mark Irwin as CEO
Adbri has announced that effective from 28 February, Mark Irwin has been appointed to the role of chief executive officer.
Kobelco excavators of choice for Freeman Contracting Services
Jason Freeman, Managing Director of Freeman Contracting Services, recounts why he bought the first Kobelco excavator for his business 12 years ago, and why he has stuck with the brand as his business has expanded.
Silicosis prevention advice from the AIOH
Tracey Bence is a certified occupational hygienist, fellow and current president of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists. Quarry reached out to her to learn more about silicosis and what the quarrying industry needs to know about this occupational lung disease.