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GivenHansco maximizes production cycle control in latest online suite

Keystone Online Operations is the newest extension of GivenHansco’s advanced Keystone Online product family with which plant managers, sales teams, and owners can look at orders in ‘real-time’ to see where trucks stand. Retrieving load/batch information supports intelligent business decisions that can decrease operational costs and increase fleet efficiency.

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ISI adds tile-grade hermetic press to plant equipment offerings

Manufactured-concrete plant equipment specialist ISI has announced North American market availability of the Cassani Hermetic Press CCP 672 for cement-based tile production. Italy’s Cassani Carlo s.r.l. unveiled the machine at the Marmorac 2018 fair earlier this fall in Verona. The seven-station CCP 672 presses monolithic or two-layer square units, 80- or 100-mm thick. In a typical two-layer tile production sequence:

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Batch Plant Roundup

Mixer Systems / Vince Hagen Co / Skako Concrete / Stephens Mfg / Voeller Mixers / MCT Group / Simem America / JEL Concrete Plants / American Fabrication Services LLC / Mixer Systems Inc

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Mixer truck driving simulator lowers training costs, raises results

Company’s latest simulator for ready mixed producers, the 550ConcreteTruckplus, integrates three large screen, high-definition LED displays, netting a 225-degree field of view, with 5.1 surround sound. Drivers are presented dynamic graphics portraying pedestrians, construction crews plus concrete plant, street, road and job site settings.

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Urethane, ceramic tiles withstand extreme wear in aggregate handling

Stone, sand and gravel can take their toll on material handling equipment for concrete production. The bare structure of transfer or storage components and vessels may not adequately resist wear, and even traditional steel or rubber protective liners can prove insufficient to withstand abrasion.

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