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01 May 2001 | Plant & Equipment

 

BSL have won a £1 million contract for the supply of power-transmission products to the RMC Group.

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01 April 2001 | Quarrying

Nordberg (UK) have changed their name to Metso Minerals (UK) Ltd to reflect the new global identity of parent company Nordberg Group, which became Metso Minerals on 2 April 2001.

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Lafarge Aggregates have taken delivery of eight Caterpillar 320 tracked excavators painted in their white corporate livery.

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"Steelfields have introduced a new range of planetary mixers which, they say, can reduce concrete mixing and discharge times by as much as 30%."

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01 April 2001 | Plant & Equipment

 

The new Rubble Master RM80 compact crusher can handle material with a maximum feed size of 700mm at a rate of 150 tonnes/h.

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"A stockpile chute designed specifically to handle hot cement clinker (up to 450°C) is now up and running at Tudela Veguin SA’s plant at Oviedo, Spain."

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01 April 2001 | Plant & Equipment

Ennstone Breedon have taken delivery of a new Volvo L150D loading shovel for rehandling and stocking-out duties at their Cloud Hill Quarry.

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01 March 2001 | Plant & Equipment

BELL Equipment UK say their latest sales figures confirm they are 'on target' to take a 20% share of the UK articulated dumptruck market by 2001 - within only three years of establishing Bell...

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01 March 2001 | Plant & Equipment

The Volvo L220E, the first E-series wheel loader from Volvo Construction Equipment, will make its show debut at Bauma next month.

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01 March 2001 | Plant & Equipment

JCB will be taking the wraps off at least six new machines at Bauma 2001 including their biggest-ever tracked excavator, the 46-tonne JS460.

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