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How the supply chain impacts mega projects

18 Oct,2018 - Mega projects — construction of infrastructure projects valued at over $1 billion — represent an impressive new benchmark for the civil construction industry. Early contractor and supply chain involvement is critical to a mega project’s success, according to Lindsay Le Compte, Executive Director of the Australian Constructors Association (ACA).   As the Executive Director of ...

MB CRUSHER at MARMOMAC 2018

17 Sep,2018 - If marble did not exist, it would have to be invented. Yes, because this shiny stone – as its Greek name suggests – has been used since ancient times in art, industry and everyday life. From the gigantic marble block, to the dust used in paints or kitchen worktops, the raw material is cut, moulded ...

Machines cleaning the Beaches of Valencia

15 Aug,2018 - Every year between 8 and 12 million tons of waste sweep out to sea, especially plastic. Practically a full  truck of garbage per minute. The rubbish in the sea, travels a long way and then washes up on coastlines.  Over time it does not biodegrade harming wildlife and ecosystems.   Ocean’s plastic pollution is one ...

Ground-breaking new design enters Australian construction equipment market.

17 Jul,2018 - HİDROMEK has been the market leader in Turkey for the last nine years for backhoe loader sales and for the last six years for excavator sales. Exporting to more than 80 countries on 5 continents, HİDROMEK works with an international dealer network providing sales and aftersales. The company also has direct outlets in Spain, Russia ...

Crushing Basalt in Djibouti with MB crushing equipments.

27 Jun,2018 - Djibouti is located at the junction of the three rifts – the East African, the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea rifts. It plays a crucial junction role for import and export, representing a major gateway connection. This is one of the reasons that motivated the Djibouti Ports & Free Zones Authority to begin ...

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