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Mini-mixers reduce wait-times


October 29, 2010
By Peter Kenter | Daily Commercial News

mini-mixersOct. 29, 2010 – The town of Val Caron, Ont. is about 30 kilometres
north of Sudbury, and that makes getting a reliable supply of concrete
delivered to area sites a big issue. It turned out the solution was to
go small.

mini-mixers 
This larger "mini-mixer" and
smaller versions means crews can
mix on site in remote location.
Paramount Construction.


 

Oct. 29, 2010 – The town of Val Caron, Ont. is about 30 kilometres north of Sudbury, and that makes getting a reliable supply of concrete delivered to area sites a big issue. It turned out the solution was to go small.

“The cost of delivering the concrete was too costly, and we had people on the job simply waiting for ready- mix trucks to arrive,” says foundation contractor Paramount Construction owner Norman Maurice. “We’d been thinking about buying our own mixers to produce high quality concrete on demand. At the World of Concrete shows in Las Vegas my interest was caught by a line of smaller machines made in Italy.” | READ MORE

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