18 March 2019 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the March 2019 issue of Quarry Management The best way for buyers to protect against counterfeit bearings is to purchase only from a reliable source – such as direct from the...
First published in the March 2019 issue of Quarry Management Simon Briggs, managing director of Geodime Ltd, examines the impact of new survey technologies on mining and quarrying in the 21st Century
Phil Mills, director of Oakley Aerial Surveys, has been investigating the ability of a small unmanned aircraft to gather accurate survey data in areas of standing water
The Bennie Group work with Stratian to deliver faster, safer and more accurate quarry audits
18 March 2019 | Education & Training
The latest suite of high-quality member resources and authoritative reference materials from the Institute of Quarrying
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18 March 2019 | Loading & Hauling
First published in the March 2019 issue of Quarry Management QM reports on how Swedish Steel (SSAB) are cutting the carbon footprint of producing and using steel
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18 March 2019 | Others
With the world’s largest construction equipment exhibition opening its gates in Munich next month, QM takes a look at some of the latest plant, machinery and equipment that will be showcased at the...
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18 March 2019 | Asphalt
Ammann are marking a milestone anniversary by redoubling their efforts in the areas of technology and sustainability – two of the driving forces behind their first 150 years of success
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13 February 2019 | Site reports
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology install first of a kind stationary crushing and screening plant for the UK market
13 February 2019 | Materials Processing
The efficiency of screening processes is influenced significantly by choosing suitable screen media. As Lars Bräunling, screen media product manager at Haver & Boecker and Major Wire, explains,...
13 February 2019 | Loading & Hauling
With the UK equipment rental market currently worth around £3 billion a year, Dan Gilkes reports on how the heavy plant hire sector has prospered over the last decade and what the future holds in...
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13 February 2019 | Education & Training
How independent quarry operators in Devon and Cornwall are leading by example with sustained investment in the continuing professional development of employees
13 February 2019 | Legislation & Regulation
Moreton Cullimore, managing director of The Cullimore Group, lends his thoughts on current urban regulations and the impact they may or may not be having on the environment, as well as the pressures...
16 January 2019 | Legislation & Regulation
Where are we now? A year into the process, James Dodds, director and chairperson of Envireau Water, re-examines the situation
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