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01 September 2006 | Plant & Equipment
UNTIL recently Havering Aggregates – a joint venture between Brett Aggregates and CEMEX – were regularly losing several hours of production time a day due to pegging problems, but investment in the
03 July 2006 | Plant & Equipment
New legislation, soon to be introduced in Spain, calls for 100% recycling of all rock-based materials.
01 March 2006 | Plant & Equipment
A new range of modular screen media suitable for installations anywhere in the world has recently been introduced by Metso Minerals.
01 March 2006 | Plant & Equipment
An Oxfordshire limestone quarry has increased the efficiency and reduced the environmental impact of its quarrying operations by changing to a new excavation and crushing process that features two
01 April 2005 | Plant & Equipment
Peter Bennie Ltd have purchased a second Metso Minerals LT105 track-mounted mobile crusher to spearhead aggregate production at Ennstone Breedon’s South Witham Quarry in Lincolnshire.
01 December 2004 | Plant & Equipment
Portuguese contractors Rosas Construtores recently opted for a Metso Minerals four-stage mobile crushing and screening operation for a highway renewal project.
01 July 2004 | Plant & Equipment
Metso Minerals have extended their Contractor range with the launch of a fourth mobile crushing plant equipped with a detachable screen module.
01 May 2004 | Plant & Equipment
Poly-Cer Slim, the new Trellex wear plate from Metso Minerals, has been designed to provide an improved wear-resistant surface for mining and quarrying applications that are weight sensitive and wh
01 January 2002 | Plant & Equipment
Metso have announced that, with immediate effect, their management and sales headquarters for the UK and Ireland will be based at the former Svedala facility in Rugby, Warwickshire.
01 December 2001 | Quarrying
A team from Metso Minerals recently completed one of the toughest challenges in the UK — climbing the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales, all within 24h.