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Supply Post Industry News - November, 2018

  • Superior Industries To Significantly Increase Footprint At Bauma 2019

    Superior Industries Inc., an American-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, says its presence at bauma 2019 will be three-times larger than previous editions of the world’s largest trade show. Today, the builder of crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment unveiled its display plans.

    Inside Hall B2 at stand 107, Superior plans to showcase its brand new Alliance Low Water Washer. The one-of-a-kind technology allows crushing operators to wash fines within their crushing circuit. It saves from transporting the fines to a separate wash site, which requires costly trucks and harmful re-handling of the material.

    Available for production rates of 90 – 272 MTPH (100-300 TPH), the Alliance Low Water Washer accepts a dry feed from the crushing circuit. An agitator converts the material to a slurry before an integrated dewatering screen removes excess water, leaving as little as 8% moisture in the discharged manufactured sand. Superior says existing units have required as little 45-90 m3/hour of water (200-400 GPM), depending on production rates. That’s significantly less water consumption than a traditional screw or cyclone.

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    Nov 30, 2018 - one year ago

  • BCTA On Board With New Chain Up Regulations

    The BC Trucking Association is welcoming new rules that require vehicles over 5,000kg to chain up in winter conditions on provincial mountain passes.

    BCTA President Dave Earle says its time for truckers who are choosing to ignore the rules to fall in line.

    To help drive home the point, he also welcomes escalating fines with a higher starting point than the current $121.

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    Nov 30, 2018 - one year ago

  • Canadian Institute of Forestry Announces an Initiative to Promote Gender Equity in Canada's Forest Sector

    The future of Canada's forest sector requires a diverse and inclusive workforce. The Canadian Institute of Forestry/Institut forestier du Canada (CIF-IFC) is pleased to announce an initiative to create a National Action Plan to promote gender equity in the forest sector.

    The CIF-IFC applauds the Government of Canada's commitment to this initiative. A formal announcement of federal funding for the project was made by Mr. Terry Duguid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Status of Women at the Museum of Nature in Ottawa. "When we invest in women, we strengthen the economy for everyone," remarked Mr. Duguid.

    Data from Statistics Canada in 2017 reveals that women make up roughly 17% of the natural resources workforce. "It's time for action. We are thrilled that the CIF-IFC is leading the first national public-private sector partnership targeting gender equity in Canada's forest sector. This initiative will support the recruitment, retention and advancement of women in Canada's diverse and dynamic forest sector," explains Dana Collins, CIF-IFC Executive Director.

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    Nov 30, 2018 - one year ago


    Hallamore enlists two 600-U.S.-ton mobile Demag cranes for the Commonwealth Avenue
    accelerated bridge construction project

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    Nov 29, 2018 - one year ago


    On November 23, 2018, Squamish Nation Council announced that it had voted and approved three agreements regarding the Woodfibre LNG Project. The three agreements are with Woodfibre LNG Limited, FortisBC, and the Province of British Columbia. These agreements mean Squamish Nation has given approval for the Woodfibre LNG Project to proceed.

    Squamish Nation Council’s announcement is available, here.

    Byng Giraud, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Woodfibre LNG Limited also released a statement about the approval:

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    Nov 29, 2018 - one year ago

  • GOMACO Appoints Aggregate Equipment as New Distributor For The Atlantic Provinces Of Canada

    GOMACO Corporation announces the recent appointment of Aggregate Equipment as the authorized GOMACO distributor for the Atlantic provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, P.E.I., Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. They will provide sales and service for GOMACO’s full line of concrete construction products. The appointment was made by Kent Godbersen, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing, GOMACO Corporation. Travis Brockman is GOMACO’s District Manager for the province.

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    Nov 29, 2018 - one year ago

  • Manitou Group teams up with video game Farming Simulator 2019

     Manitou Group, a world leader in rough-terrain handling, has signed a partnership with "Farming Simulator 19", the online video game with the largest community of farmers in the world. With three models incorporated into this version, the group is presenting its latest telehandlers and forklifts in a new and fun way, while at the same time enhancing brand awareness. Farming Simulator 19 will be on sale from November 20, 2018.

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    Nov 21, 2018 - one year ago

  • Inland acquires Castlegar parts and service location

    Inland has acquired Columbia Truck and Tire, adding a truck and equipment parts and service location in Castlegar, B.C. Inland Castlegar will continue to operate as a truck and trailer repair shop, parts store, as well as a Goodyear tire dealer.

    In addition, under the Inland name, they will be the Kenworth, Tigercat, Case and Link-Belt dealer, offering parts and service on forestry and construction equipment as well as trucks and trailers.

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    Nov 19, 2018 - one year ago

  • Popular Trade Show Brings The Big Iron Back To Prince George

    One of the Western Canada’s most popular heavy equipment trade shows, showcasing the leaders and rising stars of many of the key sectors in its region, is returning to the CN Centre for its fourth edition May 24 & 25, 2019. Exhibit space is already in high demand with hundreds of exhibitors lining up for prime locations on the show floor.

    Canada North Resources Expo is a key trade event for those with a personal or professional interest in resources industries like forestry, heavy construction, and project infrastructure. The event hosts over 300 exhibitors with hundreds of pieces of equipment and machinery, on display over four acres inside and outside the CN Centre.  More than 8,000 qualified buyers attended the last edition in 2017.

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    Nov 16, 2018 - one year ago

  • Shell Gives Green Light To Invest In LNG Canada

    Shell Canada Energy, an affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell plc (“Shell”), has taken a final investment decision (FID) on LNG Canada, a major liquified natural gas (LNG) project in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, in which Shell has a 40% working interest. With LNG Canada’s joint venture participants also having taken FID, construction will start immediately with first LNG expected before the middle of the next decade

    Shell’s 40% share of the project’s capital cost is within the company’s current overall capital investment guidance of US$25-$30 billion per year.

    “We believe LNG Canada is the right project, in the right place, at the right time,” said Ben van Beurden, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell. “Supplying natural gas over the coming decades will be critical as the world transitions to a lower carbon energy system. Global LNG demand is expected to double by 2035 compared with today, with much of this growth coming from Asia where gas displaces coal. LNG Canada is well positioned to help Shell meet the growing needs of customers at a time when we see an LNG supply shortage in our outlook. With significant integration advantages from the upstream through to trading, LNG Canada is expected to deliver Shell an integrated internal rate of return of some 13%, while the cash flow it generates is expected to be significant, long life and resilient.”

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    Nov 15, 2018 - one year ago

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