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03 April 2006 | Ancillary Equipment
John Vardy, at Finning, discusses the rise in demand for compact plant equipment and the options available to quarry managers
03 April 2006 | Ancillary Equipment
Mike Isherwood examines some of the latest developments in Bobcat compact equipment and outlines the benefits of these small, versatile machines in quarry applications Skid-steers and mini-excavators...
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03 April 2006 | Site reports
Day Aggregates invest £3.6 million in new unloading and storage system at key south London rail depot
01 March 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Introducing the latest models from the South Korean manufacturer
01 March 2006 | Ancillary Equipment
PLUS+1 CANbus technology provides crushing performance benefits The author, Eddie Phillips, is technical sales support manager with Sauer-Danfoss, Mobile Electronics Division With more than 40 years...
01 March 2006 | Health & Safety
Over the past two years Midlands-based Fork Truck Control Ltd (FTC), specialists in innovative health and safety solutions, have been working on a project to tackle accidents involving workplace...
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01 March 2006 | Health & Safety
Life after the Hard Target By Helen Turner, HSE Manufacturing Sector – Quarries Group
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01 February 2006 | Business & Finance
Where are future quarry managers going to come from?
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01 February 2006 | Business & Finance
Understanding the image of the quarrying industry in the minds of investors and the public Is this a case of déjà vu? In October 1998, in Telford, I delivered the Institute of Quarrying’s annual...
01 February 2006 | Ancillary Equipment
Volvo introduce new heavyweight HB Series hammers Volvo Construction Equipment have extended the development of branded breakers into the heavier excavator segment with the launch of their new HB...
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01 February 2006 | Drilling & Blasting
Atlas Copco to launch silenced drill rig for noise-sensitive sites Atlas Copco are set to launch the world’s first ROC-series surface drill rig with a substantially reduced noise level, making it the...
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01 February 2006 | Environment & Restoration
With a little forward planning, quarry operators can help protect Britain’s sand martin population by Grahame Madge, RSPB media officer The swallow is the first sign of spring for most people, but it...
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01 February 2006 | Environment & Restoration
DustFoam — a solution to the problems associated with fugitive dust
01 February 2006 | Environment & Restoration
Addressing the impacts of quarrying A quarry is not everyone’s favourite neighbour. Why not? Changing the public perception of quarrying requires an answer to this question. Is the activity...
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02 January 2006 | Business & Finance
The key to winning and keeping business-to-business customers. Brenda Stewart of Cape Consulting explains why finding out what keeps your customers happy can increase your business by as much as...