by Lonnie Fritz, Heavy Construction Industry Consultant; Caterpillar Inc. Most contractors agree that project success is largely determined by four factors: time, cost, quality and safety. But there isn’t a “one size fits all” approach.
Metso reached another significant milestone in Lokotrack sales by delivering the 500th unit sold to Germany at Steinexpo, the biggest quarry exhibition in Europe. The LT120 jaw plant was received by Andres Erdarbeiten GmbH, a family-owned crushing, screening and recycling contractor. Globally, Metso has sold over 7,000 Lokotracks.
Neponset, IL — A new powered conveyor belt tracker from Martin Engineering delivers immediate and continuous precision adjustment of hard to track reversing conveyors, helping operators reduce spillage and extend the life of belts and other system components. Able to effectively center the belt regardless of the travel direction, the robust unit has demonstrated greater […]
by Jon M. Casey Attorney Patrick Dennison, belongs to the Occupational Safety and Health Practice Group as well as the Coal and Oil and Gas Industry Group at Jackson Kelly, PLLC, in Pittsburgh, PA, was a featured speaker at the 2017 Northeast Mine Safety and Health Conference in Columbus, Ohio in early April.
With its cutting-edge elevated sprocket design, the Cat® D10 changed the face of the dozer market Forty years ago this September, Caterpillar rolled off of its production lines 10 pilot models of the world’s largest, most powerful dozer, destined to leave a lasting legacy on the industry.