Prairie Dawg Practical by Tim Holmberg, DEMI Equipment As I sit here writing about my experiences and thoughts during these last few remaining days — as we say goodbye to 2017 and hello 2018 — I wonder what everyone thought about 2017. Was it all we had imagined it would be, expected, or hoped for?
by Bill and Mary Weaver Beginning September 2017, Eden/Valders Stone set up their own crushing plant, a new venture for the company at the Valders Quarry. The crushers have been running 11 hour days, to reduce a huge accumulation of rock — much of it quarried and stockpiled there 30 years ago by a former […]
by Collin Warren and Travis Vance Workplace violence and active shooters in the workplace — while not the topics most want to discuss – are simply not going away. Without engaging in the political debate that often swirls around the imbedded issues of mental health, background checks, and the impulsive and violent world we seem […]
by Melissa Davidson, Construction-industry writer Fargo, ND Regardless of industry, waste is one of the most detrimental and costly factors in a business. One New Mexico-based construction company was able to turn what used to be tons of waste into big profit with the help of a single crushing machine from IROCK.
Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat […]