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Quarry Management

  • Quarry Management magazine has been the official monthly journal of The Institute of Quarrying since 1918. Each issue contains timely, relevant and topical coverage of all key issues, developments and advances in the aggregates sector.

    Steve Adam - tel: 0115 945 3893 -

    Assistant Editor
    Simon Chan - tel: 0115 945 3894 -

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    Recruitment Advertising
    Anna Gibiino - tel: 0115 945 3897 -

    Buyers' Guide Advertising
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    A digital version of the magazine is available via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store

    This Month - February 2017


    Raising the Bar
    QM spoke to James Thorne, the Institute of Quarrying’s newly appointed CEO, about the challenges and growth opportunities facing the industry


    Sifting Profit Out of Mountains of Sand
    Portable screening solution boosts Canadian aggregates operation’s productivity and profits

    Making an Impact
    QM talks to TEMA Isenmann about how their advanced screen technologies are providing enhanced screening solutions and better quality end products

    Premier Solution
    New Metso Premier ES303 screen boosts production and efficiency at Texas sand and gravel plant

    Screens and Screening 
    Roundup of recent static and mobile screening machine launches, screen media developments and other associated equipment

    ConexpoCon/Agg 2017

    US Showcase
    QM takes a brief look at just some of the plant and equipment on show at next month’s construction equipment extravaganza in Las Vegas

    IQ Case Study

    Keeping Up with Independent Innovators
    Glendinning Quarry & Concrete Products: first in a new series of Institute of Quarrying case studies to be published three times a year

    Special Report

    Access All Areas
    Cloud-based machine remote access: how secure is it? Ethernet and communications specialist Dave Hammond examines the issue

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