All Quarrying/Crushing Equipment Articles

Chinese demand to hit US$ 61 billion by 2015
Annual increase in construction equipment sales of +6.2% forecast, but double digit growth is a thing of the past
Stabilising machine from Wirtgen
German company says WR 240i has new features to boost efficiency and economy.
Screening reminder from Kleemann
German mobile crusher plant firm points out that it has mobile screening plants too.
Metso lands US$ 40 million Belo Monte contract
A range of automated and mobile plants to be delivered to Brazilian hydro-electric power project.
Sandvik to take Shanbao global
New acquisition of Chinese crusher manufacturer will spearhead the drive into mid-range markets.
HIllhead 2010 preview
The UK’s Hillhead show returns this month after one-year postponement due to economic conditions. Steve Skinner reports on some of the highlights that can be expected from the quarry-based exhibition in Derbyshire.
Feature: Crushing & screening equipment
New equipment launches highlight a trend towards higher throughputs from more compact units. Steve Skinner reports on product optimisation and what operators can expect from the latest generation of crushers and screens.
Mobile crusher debut
Wirtgen Group to launch Kleemann mobile crushers in the Chinese market.
Wirtgen demonstrates its success
Customers get to see machinery at first hand
Thinking big - MFL's new mobile impact crusher
new generation tracked compact crusher is now available from MFL in the shape of the RCI100 100T impact unit
Indian production
First Terex crushers from Indian factory sold.
New Telsmith jaw from Astec
Crusher designed to cut operating costs.
In the Vanguard
Vanguard Plus jaw crushers offer more.
Nierlich chooses Rockster
Rockster R900 impact crusher processes mixed materials across multiple sites.
Powerscreen impact
Terex adds new crushers.
Manufacturer support - Steve Skinner reports on a better deal for contractors
Many manufacturers of crushing and screening equipment have invested in new production methods and facilities. Steve Skinner reports on the positive affect this will have on equipment and how the downturn means contractors can now expect closer manufacturer support too.
Terex sells first Indian-built Powerscreens
Terex has sold the first mobile crushers to roll off the production line at its new factory in Hosur, India.
Web exclusive: Metso helps meet Brazilian market demands
Grupo Estrutural's Pedreiras Basalto 9 quarry close to São Paulo, Brazil has supplied many of the country's most important bridges, buildings and roads with concrete, aggregates and asphalt since it first started operating in 1962. Richard High reports.
Bucket crushing and screening comes of age
They may be the small siblings of mobile units, but the market for crushing and screening buckets is growing and so too are the available options.
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