Viv Russell, new MD of Longcliffe Group, spoke to QM about why he chose to leave the corporate culture and about the opportunities as an indepedent
Phil Redmond, managing director of Hanson Aggregates UK, outlines his priorities as the new President of the Institute of Quarrying
Breedon Group chief executive officer Pat Ward talks to Quarry Management about the group’s recent acquisitions, including its biggest yet – the Irish Lagan Group – plus an elegant deal with CRH/...
SigmaRoc's chief executive officer, Max Vermorken, discusses how the business is consolidating its position and the future challenges and opportunities
Moreton Cullimore, managing director of the Cullimore Group, champions the role of aggregates and calls for greater government support for the industry
Dave Underhill, project co-ordinator for Inspiring Futures, outlines what these new technical qualifications will mean for the industry
Obituary of a lifelong stalwart of the quarry products industry and one of the most influential managers of his generation
Debra Royal of Nature After Minerals (NAM) reflects on 10 years of working with the quarrying industry to help create homes for wildlife, and on NAM's hopes for the future
Bernie van Leeuwen of SKF outlines some of the potential revolutionary effects of further digitalization of established technologies
James Thorne, the new chief executive officer of The Institute of Quarrying, talks about the growth opportunities and challenges facing the industry, and his quest to ensure IQ continues to be at...
Robert Durward, director of the British Aggregates Association, revisits some of the problems brought about by the Aggregates Levy
Four months after being appointed as the new chief executive officer of MPQC, John Wilkinson talks about the training organization and its expanding role in the industry
Georgina Carlo-Paat talks about her rise to the top of her profession and the need to encourage more people, especially women, into the mineral extractives industry
Malcolm Kent, senior technical consultant with the Construction Equipment Association, examines the current situation