Bedeschi has been awarded a new order for the supply of two apron feeders to be placed in the primary and secondary crushing area to replace the old existing machines at Lehigh’s Mitchell Plant.
The company, which celebrates 100 years of operations in the country, consolidates its commitment to diversity with the first woman to take over as President of its Board of Directors.
Following its announcement earlier this year, BEUMER Corporation has now celebrated the official opening of the North American Headquarters in Denver for its Airport division and its Conveying & Loading division.
Around half of US cement imports are handled by Siwertell ship unloaders, and with the country preparing for a massive programme of infrastructure spending to promote growth and recovery, Bruks Siwertell technology is prepared to meet the demand.
The app- and web-based solution is engineered to improve the customer experience, enabling ready-mix producers to sign off on deliveries, monitor real-time load delivery statuses and access bills of lading, proof of delivery and historical shipping documents 24/7, all in one place.
Industrial Accessories Company (IAC) has been named the EPC contractor responsible to design, supply, and install a new roller press system at the Lehigh Cement grinding facility in Port Canaveral, Florida. The project has a targeted completion date of Q4 2022.
The agreements support the joint development of the Canadian cellular concrete market with the ongoing objective of increasing cellular concrete sales to the mutual benefit of both parties.
The third annual GCCA ‘Concrete in Life’ photography competition has today launched with a call for amateur and professional photographers from around the world to capture the role of concrete in their lives and its role in the sustainable world of tomorrow.
The company has appointed prominent mining and materials executive, Grant Quasha, to lead its global expansion drive.
Following the Senate’s overwhelming bipartisan approval on 10 August for the long-awaited infrastructure spending bill, which includes long-term investments in transport, energy, utilities and climate-related initiatives, GlobalData now forecasts that the US construction industry will grow by 3.3% a year on average between 2021 and 2025 compared to a previous forecast of 2.2%.