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  • Jimbo Quarry.JPG Global aggregates growth examined by GAIN convenor Jim O'BrienAggregates demand is growing globally. Jim O'Brien, convenor of GAINTM (Global Aggregates Information Network) and honorary president of UEPG (European Aggregates Association) examines the key facts...
  • Metso 2.JPG Growth market-seeking aggregates suppliers should target Central AsiaCentral Asia's five republics are rapidly growing their transport and other infrastructure, creating eye-catching opportunities for global building materials suppliers and aggregates handling and...
  • liebherr-gran-hs8130hd.jpg German aggregates outlook stays positiveDemand from both government housing and transport infrastructure projects is predicted to help maintain healthy demand for aggregates in Germany over the next few years. Liam McLoughlin...
  • Image_001.jpg Transport projects drive African constructionWith African governments working hard to close the infrastructure gap, transport projects continue to anchor the continent's construction efforts, representing the bulk of projects currently underway...
  • Volvo 380 RDT 650.jpg India's robust aggregates demandThe Indian aggregates market is in fine health, creating a wealth of exciting commercial opportunities for suppliers and quarrying machine equipment manufacturers. Partha Pratim Basistha...
  • Metso-Lokotrack-330D(11) 650.jpg Focus shifts to recycling of big city construction wasteEnvironmental regulations are a major area of attention across all countries in the Nordic region. Liam McLoughlin reports. Sustainability and recycling are common themes for the quarrying and...
  • Volvo excavator being used by JK Natural Mables to push a large marble block away from the bench650.jpg Advanced Indian marble miningA major marble-mining region in northern India is benefiting from rising production volumes and improved operational efficiency thanks to mine operators' adoption of advanced technologies. Partha...
  • European sand.jpg Potential bottlenecks in sand supplyA large proportion of German sand deposits are located in nature reserves, residential areas and commercial zones, which is threatening an 'artificial' shortfall in supply. Sand could soon be in...
  • Powerscreen Premiertrak 400X Open Day Zhejiang Province - July 2018 (14).jpg New-look Chinese aggregates sector in good healthChinese aggregates demand has been high, linked to rising demand for construction and quarrying equipment, as the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative and other transport infrastructure megaprojects,...
  • Istanbul-Bosphorus river.jpg Turkish aggregates sector tipped to go from strength to strengthTurkish aggregates demand is looking very promising indeed despite the country's turbulent political and economic environment. Guy Woodford reports. Turkey was caught up in something akin to the eye...
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