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  • Metso 1.jpg Full of Eastern European aggregates promiseWith many of the region's countries keen to develop their transport and other infrastructure and attract big foreign businesses to their largest cities, Eastern Europe is a region full of aggregates...
  • Wulei Shengxin Quarry, Hebei.JPG China aggregates demand stays on a highGovernment investment in infrastructure projects is driving aggregates consumption, but a rush to strict new environmental quarrying standards has led to shortfalls in supply. Liam McLoughlin...
  • Cat 330 GC next generation excavator in an Indonesian quarry.jpg Buoyant Indonesian infrastructure investment fuels greater aggregates demandSoutheast Asia's largest economy, Indonesia, offers exciting commercial opportunities for international and regional building material suppliers and quarrying equipment manufacturers. Guy Woodford...
  • CQMS 2019650.jpg Construction slowdown hits aggregates salesMarket activity in the UK and Irish aggregates sectors is currently fairly flat, but industry representatives are bullish about long-term prospects in both countries. Liam McLoughlin...
  • grand_paris_2.jpg French aggregates demand on the upFrench aggregates demand has grown significantly in the last two years, fuelled partly by high-profile infrastructure projects. Guy Woodford reports The Grand Paris Express (GPE) project is the...
  • Jimbo Quarry.JPG Global aggregates growth examined by GAIN convenor Jim O'BrienAggregates demand is growing globally. Jim O'Brien, convenor of GAIN (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...
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