Case Studies, Features, Industry News, Load & Haul, Materials Handling, Plant & Equipment, Supplier NewsIt was going to be the ultimate in one-upmanship. The two largest quarries servicing the giant $NZD850 million ($AUD800 million) Transmission Gulley motorway project in Wellington, New Zealand – one of the most complex in the nation’s history – were each looking for a way to bring new efficiency to the job and win major business.
Case Studies, Environmental News, Features, Industry News, Materials Handling, News, RecyclingIn 2019, Alex Fraser Group, one of Australia’s largest recycled aggregates producers, officially flicked the switch on two glass recycling and sustainable asphalt plants at its Laverton site. Damian Christie spoke to Peter Murphy about the site’s recycled aggregate operations on the first anniversary of the opening.
Features, HR, Industry News, Management, News, OH&S News, Regulation, Regulation News, Safety, TrainingAs part of an educational session for the quarrying industry, forensic structural engineer Dr Sean Brady has presented his recommendations on how the industry can reduce its fatality, serious accident and high potential incident rates.
HR, Industry News, International News, Management, News, Supplier NewsIn a major coup, Boral has appointed former Adbri deputy chairman Zlatko Todorcevski as the company’s new chief executive officer and managing director, as it looks to rectify its position in the market.
Case Studies, Education, Features, Tips & Advice, TrainingMike Cameron has previously discussed the Trust Equation, and how it plays a significant role in building an organisational culture of belief and confidence. He applies his own variation of the equation to Australian working conditions.
Case Studies, Education, Features, Tips & Advice, TrainingAchieving new sales of your business product or service solutions requires care and finesse, especially in lean times. Mike Cameron explains what makes a ‘good’ customer and how producers can use that profile to achieve mutually beneficial ends.