Fuel cost reductions. Improved efficiency and safety. Combatting skilled labour shortages. In Canada’s construction sector, these are some things that are always on the mind of contractors. And the world of crushing is no exception.
Lafarge Canada Inc.’s Richmond Cement Plant has launched a new and improved lower carbon fuel (LCF) system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with the production of cement. The initiative aims to make the facility the most carbon efficient cement plant in Canada. It will also help minimize landfill waste; specifically, non-recyclable plastics that are creating a backlog for municipalities across Canada.
The 2019 Alberta Provincial Election was held on April 16th and results saw the United Conservative Party of Alberta obtain a majority government with a total of 63 seats elected with the Alberta New Democratic Party taking 24 seats.
Trimble and Doosan Infracore North America have announced the availability of Trimble® LOADRITE® L3180 SmartScale as an option on Doosan Wheel Loaders.
Metso is introducing the latest addition to the versatile MX(TM) Multi-Action cone crusher series at Bauma 2019. The MX3 enables improved crusher productivity and lower operating costs with a design optimized especially for mid-sized quarrying. An exclusive preview of the new MX3 is on display at Metso's booth FS.1111/2.
In 2005 Noah Dolgoy founded a construction company in Alberta, where he discovered that heavy equipment was being subcontracted and managed through archaic dispatch processes: phone calls, spreadsheets, and paper tickets. Seven years after leaving the company – earning a JD/MBA and supporting corporate due diligence in mining and infrastructure – Noah returned to the problem with a belief that common technology could solve the problems he experienced. Noah created a web and mobile platform that connected contractors, suppliers and haulers – TREAD.
Processing fines within the crushing circuit will focus on a new technology designed to fill a hole in the crushing process. Superior's new Alliance Low Water Washer accepts a dry feed within the crushing circuit and produces a more valuable version of manufactured sand.
Walker Industries has been producing stone, sand and gravel for over 130 years and creating vineyards and beehives along the way. Through the company’s aggregates division, with quarry operations in Ontario’s Niagara, Simcoe and Essex regions, Walker has fulfilled its commitment to rehabilitation and then some.
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Shoal Lake 40 nears completion of Freedom RoadJune 11, 2019, Shoal Lake, Ont. - The people of…
Haver & Boecker Niagara offers turnkey solutions for primary crushing plant systemsJune 11, 2019, Münster, Germany - Haver & Boecker Niagara…
CCA Fall Board Meeting
September 10-12, 2019
CONEXPO Latin America 2019
October 2-5, 2019