Holcim has helped a Western Australian concrete wall company to improve costs and sustainability with its ECOPact low-carbon concrete. PC Walls founder Sean King discussed the inspiration behind the switch in such a vital product for his company.
Fulton Hogan to construct Victorian recycling facility
Fulton Hogan has made significant strides in recycling construction materials this year, receiving funding for a new recycling facility while partnering on research with Swinburne University.
Boral results avoid construction hurdles
Boral has delivered sales revenue of $1.5 billion for its continuing operations in the second half of 2021, with concrete and quarries growing in spite of construction shutdowns and inclement weather.
Holcim recognises value of Indigenous community
Holcim has unveiled its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to improve retention and support of Indigenous Australians within the business and across its supply chain.
Holcim supplies foundation for wind farm
Holcim has continued its sustainability focus by supplying more than 14,000 cubic metres of concrete to the second stage of Berrybank Wind Farm in Victoria.
Wagners EFC for construction big and small
Wagners has satisfied another Queensland customer with its Earth Friendly Concrete product, saving the same amount of embodied carbon as the average home consumes in four years. Read more
Fostering stronger, collaborative relationships between OEMs, producers
Grayden Leaver is the Director of Sales & Marketing at CJD Equipment, the Australian dealer for Volvo Construction Equipment. He contends that strong dealer relationships with quarry producers will be as vital to the industry’s success as new technologies.
Metso mobiles: Providing an accurate guide to quarrying productivity
Paul Doran is the business development manager for Metso mobile crushers and screens at Tutt Bryant Equipment. He provides insight into which Metso mobile products are popular, when some of the latest machines and innovations will be available in Australia, and how Metso’s after sales programs and services can benefit quarry producers.
Smarter drilling practices, automation key to blasting
Craig Marsh is the Business Line Manager for Epiroc’s Surface Division. He talks about ongoing innovation and automation in Epiroc’s fleet of smart surface drill rigs which are replacing more manual-style rigs.
AdBlue shortage under control once more
Australia’s impending AdBlue shortage has been eased by fertiliser manufacturer Incitec Pivot and the Federal Government’s AdBlue Taskforce.