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01 October 2001 | Plant & Equipment

 

"A new range of batching plants, including a fully mobile dry-batch type with positive weighing, has been launched by Batch & Go."

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01 October 2001 | Quarrying

ON 7 September, one year and three months after launching their recommended £695 million cash offer, Metso Corp.

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The Dynant Fach Colliery Co. Ltd are now into their first year of producing premium-quality anthracite for domestic use at their opencast coal site near the village of Pontyberem, Camarthenshire...

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01 September 2001 | Plant & Equipment

A-Plant have launched Big Air, a new business providing a hire service for large portable compressors from 10.1m³/min to 31.1m³/min and pressure outputs to 24 bar.

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Eriez Magnetics Europe have acquired the trading name and business assets of their major UK competitor, Boxmag-Rapid, based in Birmingham, who have now changed their name to Antar Equipment Ltd....

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01 September 2001 | Plant & Equipment

 

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"Since exhibiting at the Waste Management show in Torbay, Al-Jon sales in the UK have increased and 40 machines are now operating in the UK."

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01 September 2001 | Plant & Equipment

 

Tarmac have installed two BVC-bivac bulk-collection systems at their Bayston Hill Quarry in Shrewsbury.

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Reggiana Riduttori have recently introduced their latest Series 2000 modular reduction gear units to the UK.

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01 September 2001 | Plant & Equipment

As a result of the increasing levels of plant and equipment theft in Europe, Case have decided to develop their own anti-theft protection system based on a coded electronic valve.

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