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More from Rock to Road | Roads and Paving | Events June 7, 2013
Time to reTHINK pavements
The Ready Mixed Concrete Association of Ontario has launched a new web portal created to provide information on the use, construction and environmental sustainability of concrete pavements.
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Conexpo-Con/Agg IBP approved
Conexpo-Con/Agg has earned International Buyer Program status for its Las Vegas event in 2014. The IBP helps qualified international buyers and distributors attend the show and connect with exhibitors looking to boost sales and establish connections.
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Washing sand and rock Washing sand and rock
New washing system designs are allowing companies to do better washing in comparison to what can be done using traditional equipment. This allows aggregate suppliers to meet customer demand for cleaner product, while also enabling better stacking and quicker movement of product to market.
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Aggregates & Roadbuilding becomes Rock to Road
Aggregates & Roadbuilding magazine unveiled its new look, brand and logo, officially changing the magazine to Rock to Road. The launch of the new brand includes a complete redesign of the magazine, as well as a new logo design to reflect the new name.
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John Deere Deere adds new excavators to G-Series
The John Deere 75G and 85G excavators are the latest models to join Deere's G-Series line. Both models feature reduced tail-swing configurations to work in congested jobsites and come with two productivity modes that let the operator choose the digging style that fits the task at hand.
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