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Aggregates Manager garners editorial recognition

Jun 17, 2013

Aggregates Manager garners editorial recognition

“Better a little which is well done, than a great deal imperfectly,” Plato I recently learned that articles published in Aggregates Manager, as well as several of our sister publications, were judged by industry peers to have fallen in that former ...

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MINExpo coverage: More efficient underground hauling with Atlas Copco

Sep 25, 2012

  Atlas Copco announced that it is about to begin testing on its new mine truck, the MT85. The truck has a payload of 85 metric tons--a 30-percent increase in capacity over existing underground trucks. The unit has hydraulic steering and ...

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MINExpo 2012 onsite coverage: W.S. Tyler introduces 10-foot version of F-Class Vibrating Screen

Sep 24, 2012

W.S. Tyler introduced a 10-foot-wide version of its F-Class Vibrating Screen at MINExpo. It offers the only double eccentric screening solution for challenging applications that require minimal vibration transmission during operation. This allows multiple machines within the same structure without ...

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NMA elects 2013-2014 officers, directors

Sep 24, 2012

On Sept. 23, the National Mining Association's (NMA) board of directors elected a slate of officers and directors for the two-year term 2013-2014. The election was held at the association's Board and Annual Meeting of Members held in Las Vegas, ...

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Making Transportation Progress in the 21st Century

Aug 01, 2012

Making Transportation Progress in the 21st Century

For daily news updates and web-exclusive news items, visit the “AggBeat Online” section of our website at www.aggman.com     After three years and nine extensions, the House and Senate both pass a 27-month, $105 billion surface transportation bill. Now the clock is ...

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AggBeat

Sep 01, 2011

For daily news updates and Web-exclusive news items, visit the “AggBeat Online” section of our Web site at www.aggman.com For Better or Worse? Industry leaders say the final CAFE standards will mean a $65 billion-plus loss for highway and transit improvements. By Tina ...

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