Aggregate Equipment

Building on its 135-year-legacy in Milwaukee, Komatsu Mining Corp. officially broke ground for its new headquarters and manufacturing campus in Milwaukee's Harbor District on east Greenfield Avenue. The company recently finalized the acquisition of two parcels of land totaling nearly 57 acres for the project.

Heavy-duty trucks are used for cargo transportation, logistics operations, construction, mining, etc. Growth in the manufacturing and construction sector, developments in road infrastructure, and steady growth in the freight and logistics sectors are some of the major factors that are expected to increase the heavy duty trucks market size.

The new Cat D9 dozer replaces the D9T model and offers customizable configurations to meet application needs around the world. The new Cat D9 lowers overall costs per unit of material moved by up to 3 percent. Efficiencies gained through a new torque converter with stator clutch reduce fuel consumption by as much as 5 percent, and the new dozer reduces maintenance and repair costs by as much as 4 percent, according to the manufacturer.

After developing steadily, step-by-careful-step, for more than 100 years, the automotive world is currently in the grip of a two-sided revolution: on the one side under pressure to reduce emissions by going electric, and on the other, striving to reach the Holy Grail of transport — the vehicle/machine that doesn't need an operator.

McCloskey International has introduced a new feeder stacker to its lineup: the SF50. Versatile in its use across industries, the SF50 feeder stackers facilitates the handling and stockpiling of materials including, but not limited to, aggregates, coal, C&D waste, sand and gravel, topsoil and compost.

In 2006, Garrett and Bill Griffin took a big leap of faith and, with some financial backing from their parents, started Griffin Brothers Excavation LLC. The first few years were tough. Small homeowner projects such as septic systems and other residential type work was all that seemed to be available to them.

IROCK Crushers has recently expanded the territory of their dealer, IPE Aggregate, into Dallas and Houston. IPE Aggregate had most recently represented IROCK in parts of Texas and Mexico. IPE Aggregate has been serving the aggregate, construction and mining industry for over 18 years and is headquartered in McAllen.

July 1, 2020, marks the first day of future Metso Outotec, a unique new company with leadership in sustainable minerals processing, metals refining and recycling technologies globally. Combined, the future Metso Outotec will deliver significant benefits for its customers, shareholders and other stakeholders through the comprehensive full plant offering from equipment to a broad range of services, complemented by a large installed base, strong innovation and R&D capabilities and extensive global services network.

If you have ever driven eastbound on the Massachusetts Turnpike by the Lee, Mass., exit you cannot help but miss a quarry of nearly perfect white rock. It turns out that it is a limestone quarry and is called OldCastle Lawn & Garden Northeast. The limestone that comes out of this quarry — and has been coming out since 1877 — is primarily used for agricultural applications.

In this Cone Crusher article we want to educate you about what to consider when purchasing a cone crusher. It also will inform and educate you if you are a current owner or operator of a Cone Crusher. If you have a good base of knowledge about cone crushers you can skip through the article by choosing the topics below.

Metso is introducing a unique drag and drop 3D crushing and screening plant configurator that enables professionals in the mining and aggregate industries to design more productive and efficient plants through real-time insights. The design and simulation tool, called My Plant Planner, is available on metso.com and is free for anyone to use.