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Record Q2 earnings from John Deere
John Deere reported sales that reached new single-quarter records in its second quarter results. Worldwide net sales and revenues jumped nine per cent for the second quarter. Company equipment sales are projected to increase by about five per cent for fiscal 2013.
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Alex Polydeck appoints Ontario regional manager
Alex Caruana is Polydeck Screen Corporation’s new Ontario regional manager. He brings more than five years of experience on the producer side of the aggregate industry to Polydeck and will be responsible for sales, service and support to customers throughout Ontario.
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Ontario announces plans to extend Highway 427
Find out where the government plans to extend highway to as it looks for ways to relieve traffic congestion in the Greater Toronto Area.
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Asphalt Release Agent (ARA) available in Canada
Nuna Innovations is introducing an EcoLogo certified, non-hazardous line of asphalt release agents from Global Barrier Coatings into the Canadian market. The agents create a thin film on the surfaces of metal, allowing asphalt to slide easily from truck beds – it's ready-to-use, requires zero dilution, and is 100 per cent biodegradable.
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Circles Driving in circles
With booming business comes booming traffic. In the Fort McMurray region of Alberta, the growth of the oil, gas and mining sectors has had a significant impact on the road infrastructure across several hundred kilometres of roadway in each direction. The growth of these industries has been a commitment by the Alberta Ministry of Transportation to fund the expansion of the current road network, to look for opportunities to add to the region’s road infrastructure and to find new traffic solutions.
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