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More choices, more solutions with consolidated Motion Australia

Quarry finds out how Motion Australia is living out its promise to provide Australian industrial businesses with ‘more choices, more …

Talking resources in Papua New Guinea

From new mines to critical minerals, the Papua New Guinea resources sector is thriving with potential.

‘Exciting’ new research new opportunity for green concrete

New research from RMIT University has shown ‘exciting’ results for low-carbon concrete which uses alternative materials like coal ash and …

‘Extremely resilient’: Bonfiglioli’s gearbox growth

Italian company Bonfiglioli is providing quarries with simple, sustainable and reliable gearboxes.

More choices, more solutions with consolidated Motion Australia

Quarry finds out how Motion Australia is living out its promise to provide Australian industrial businesses with ‘more choices, more …

CRH ‘pleased’ with good first quarter results

CRH has described its first-quarter results as a ‘solid start’ to the year, which reaffirms its position in the market. 

Toolkwip Pumps provides confidence in accessories

Quarry learns how Toolkwip Pumps’ accessories catalogue is helping sites find the right tool for the job. 


Kinder Australia keep quarries’ conveyors covered

Kinder Australia is helping quarries keep dust down while protecting material from the elements with its K-AllShelter Capotex covers.

Superior Industries are supporting the next generation

Superior Industries explains how performing regular maintenance can support a quarry’s operations. 

Powerscreen unveils ‘state-of-the-art’ global headquarters

Powerscreen has unveiled its new global headquarters in Northern Ireland, featuring ‘state-of-the-art’ technology and office spaces.  

‘The jaw crusher is a weapon’: New Tesab distributor has arrived

EEA Group has officially assumed the role as the exclusive Australian distributor for Tesab Crushers and Screeners in a major …

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Taming quarry water: Pinnacle Hire’s rental solutions

Water – while it’s essential for dust suppression and processing, if uncontrolled, it can grind productivity to a halt.

XCMG joins forces with Shell Lubricants in new partnership

Xuzhou Construction Machinery Group Co (XCMG) has partnered with Shell to launch a new range of lubricants.

SKF Assessment Takes the Headache Out of Maintenance

SKF has expanded its expertise from manufacturing to maintenance of bearings and lubrication with its Bearing Maintenance Assessment.

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‘The National Stone’: Why Indiana Limestone is so important

Indiana Limestone is popular with Americans but may not have international acclaim. See why the ‘National Stone’ is essential to …
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A glimpse into the creation of stone technology

The shores of Kenya’s Lake Victoria have provided researchers with a glimpse into the past, uncovering some of the oldest …

A new deputy in town

New IQA Deputy President Sarah Bellman sat down with Quarry to discuss her new role and what she sees in …

Fossil site provides insight into ancient Australian rainforests

Though Australia is typically regarded as a dry and hot country, millions of years ago it was covered in rainforests. …


How to understand quarry scheduling

A very wise person once told Steve Franklin, founder of Eltirus, “Better to make your mistakes on the computer than …

Institute of Quarrying chief praises ‘passion and determination’ of sector

Institute of Quarrying president Viv Russell has highlighted the impact of collaboration and partnership within quarrying to create a better …

Positions available for Mates in Construction’s Kokoda Trek

Positions are open for Mates in Construction’s Kokoda Trek fundraiser for mental health, which will take place later this year. …

Federal Government announces temporary AI response group

The Federal Government has announced a new expert group to help guide the response framework to artificial intelligence in Australia. …

‘Critical’ research on women in the construction industry revealed

The NSW Building Commission has revealed many women feel the need to work harder than men to receive recognition according …