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More from Rock to Road | Roads and Paving | Events July 26, 2013
WEMP promises new parkway
The Windsor Essex Mobility Group confirmed its commitment to building a safe and cost-effective new parkway that meets CSA safety compliances and will help revitalize the communities near Windsor, Ont.
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IROCK's IROCK’s largest track screener
IROCK Crushers introduced its largest track screener, the TS-620 Scalping Screen, for small contracting projects to large ones. The TS-620 is powered by a 225-horsepower Caterpillar C6.6 engine and is capable of processing materials at 900 TPH.
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Talbert Talbert hires new controller
Talbert Manufacturing has hired Aaron Hickman as company controller, where he will take from his years of experience in the industry and accounting to maintain, track and report the company's financial data.
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Bomag Bomag's BW100AD-4 light tandem roller
The Bomag BW100AD-4 tandem vibratory roller is used in several applications, including asphalt and base compaction, road shoulder work, parking lots, and asphalt patch repair. A standard crab walk allows the roller's rear drum to be offset by almost two inches, allowing ideal maneuverability around site obstructions.
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Milling Milling making better roads
New milling machine technology is enhancing the entire road resurfacing process, making milling machines just as advanced as asphalt pavers. See how several leading companies are serving to benefit the rock to road industry with their latest technologies.
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