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04 June 2019 | Marine Aggregates
Mark Russell, MPA executive director – planning, mineral resources & BMAPA, examines the factors that will shape the ability of marine-dredged sand and gravel to contribute to the wider demand...
04 June 2019 | Marine Aggregates
How the marine aggregates industry helped the Maritime Archaeology Trust create a lasting legacy of information and learning resources for future generations
04 June 2019 | Education & Training
How the quarrying industry is developing the next generation of young talent and creating future leaders
04 June 2019 | Others
A preview of some of the new plant, equipment and services at this year’s construction machinery show
Tagged in: Plantworx 2019
10 April 2019 | Planning & Development
BDS Marketing Research's latest report examines how the industry is performing
10 April 2019 | Materials Processing
Managing director Sean Warburton talks to QM about the company's strategy
10 April 2019 | Materials Handling
Conveyor belts perform an enormously important function in the quarrying industry. They are also a very significant overhead. Finding a belt that is genuinely durable and can handle the tough demands...
10 April 2019 | Materials Handling
Continental conveyor belts are currently working flat out on mega-tunnel project in Stockholm
09 April 2019 | Materials Handling
Martin Engineering provide key advice for optimizing belt cleaner tension for maximum performance and life
09 April 2019 | Materials Handling
Bunting Magnetics discuss the detection and removal of tramp metal from conveyors
09 April 2019 | Materials Handling
Dan Gilkes reports on the recent rapid growth and latest developments at Northern Ireland-based material-handling equipment manufacturers Telestack
Tagged in: Telestack
09 April 2019 | Environment & Restoration
Dust prediction as a basis for planning dust suppression in quarries and large earthworks – an example from Mountsorrel Quarry
09 April 2019 | Education & Training
Institute of Quarrying's latest study tour allows students to see theory being put into practice
09 April 2019 | Recycling & Waste
New study shows slate by-product is cheaper than other aggregates for reinforced earth structures
Tagged in: Welsh Slate
09 April 2019 | Transport & Distribution
Colin McCreadie, managing director of PODFather, believes site delivery strategies for the quarrying industry should focus on the smartphone and not paper-based documentation, to improve visibility

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