Metso has completed its revamped executive team with the appointment of the Presidents of the Minerals Services, Aggregates Equipment, and Minerals Consumables business areas.
Demand for heavy building materials in Northern Ireland is at its strongest levels since the turn of the decade.
Douglas Ruah will leave Summit Materials at the end of the year. Ruah has served as Executive Vice President and COO since 2013.
Hohenlimburger Kalkwerke, a German limestone quarry, has installed Starclean scrapers from Schulte Strathaus on its conveyor belt systems.
US Concrete has outbid rival, Vulcan Materials, to secure the acquisitions of Canadian aggregates producer, Polaris Materials.
Increasing demand and higher regulatory scrutiny will put pressure on the global sand mining industry.
Vulcan Materials take-over of Polaris Materials is now in doubt, after receiving a higher bid from an unnamed US building materials company.
Mark Rock, Senior Vice President of Risk Management at CalPortland, has been awarded this year’s James M. Christie Safety & Health Professional of the year by the US National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association.
Scottish building materials supplier, Skene Group, has added a second Volvo L220H loading shovel to its fleet at its Soutra Mains quarry.
Two quarries belonging to Serbia’s largest aggregates producer, Teko Mining, will received new crushing and screening equipment from Metso.