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ShoulderMaster, an Australian manufacturer of purpose-built road construction equipment, is partnering with U.S.-based ALMACO. The American company specializes in seed research equipment and contract manufacturing and engineering. In a strategic partnership, ALMACO will be providing manufacturing and engineering services for...
KPI Construction Services unveils Australia's first Automated Cone Truck. Currently being trialled on the southern section of the North East Link Project, this innovation has the potential to redefine road construction and maintenance in the country. A Technological Marvel The Automated...
Road Widener, a global manufacturer of road construction equipment, offers the patented FH-R material placement attachment, which provides contractors with 50% reduced labor at 1/5 of the cost of traditional self-propelled equipment. Additionally, the remote-controlled design of the attachment...
In this article we have the pleasure to be joined by Lynn Marsh, President of Road Widener. Crewmember safety is the highest priority in road construction. However, traditional compaction machines are about as rigid as it gets. Every degree of...
Developments in road infrastructure and increasing demand for paved roads continue to influence sales of soil compaction machines. Highways and roads being a key facet of infrastructure sector in an economy, their construction becomes an imperative aspect. This factor...
In order to turn aggregates and bitumen into asphalt for road construction, a thermal mixing process is needed – this is what an asphalt mixing plant is used for. When it comes to the production of this “black gold,”...
Digital planning, dynamic control, sustainable improvement – the demands on road construction projects are on the rise all over the world. A pilot project before the gates of Stuttgart now illustrates the form that the job site of the...
Boral deepened its commitment to sustainable roads with the construction of a suburban Perth street on Thursday using waste tyres, plastic, glass and old road pavement likely bound for landfill. The recycled materials have been processed beyond recognition of their first...