Aggregates
Given the choice, most aggregate producers will avoid winter production with the weather’s unpredictable impact on production schedules and plant productivity. One portable crushing contractor battled the weather to successfully meet customer demand.
Focus on Crushers
Looking at this year’s Top 10 aggregate operations, the pattern established in recent years continues, with Canada’s three biggest operations all water based and in the same order as the previous year. 
Compact equipment size, a small operating footprint and low operating costs have facilitated a successful first year for a new entrant in the aggregate recycling market.
Fatalities overshadow 2007 in B.C. and industry responds; aggregate producers and suppliers remain generally optimistic for 2008, despite market turmoil.
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