Tuesday | January 23, 2018

International Asphalt News Archive

Around the Globe: December 2016

Africa Much Asphalt (Pty) Ltd., South Africa, is celebrating its 50-year anniversary this...
Delivering mix to a nighttime paving site takes even more attention to detail. Drivers will want to be aware of their surroundings always, but the onset of dusk brings new elements of danger with shortened work zones due to limited sight. Be safe out there. Photo courtesy Sandy Lender.

Air Brake Warning System Earns Award-Winning Safety

At the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) mid-year meeting in Seattle in July,...
Tomy Stenvall runs a fleet of customized Volvo wheel loaders for his recycling business, which are equipped with quick couplers, third valves, and according to Stenvall, “the biggest grapples you’ve ever seen.”

Amswede Corporation: The Oldest Volvo Articulated Hauler in Use

From Volvo 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the Volvo articulated hauler, and...

Around the Globe: November Asphalt Industry News

National & International Asphalt Industry News   Canada Major Wire Industries Ltd., a...

Around the Globe: October

China Keeping an eye on asphalt activity in Asia, Petrosil’s Bitumart newsletter reported...
William D. Rosener

Meet the State Exec: William D. Rosener

He brings a political science degree that he achieved in 1989 from the...

Around The Globe: September

Asphalt industry news and happenings from around the world Mexico ContiTech of Fairlawn,...
The Illinois Asphalt Pavement Association came away as a finalist in the website awards.

NAPA Award Winners Lead the Way

From NAPA The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) honored winners and finalists of...
Hamm HD+ 80i VV-S features split drum compaction

Pave-Tar Construction Paves Canada

  From Wirtgen Group, Photos courtesy Tom Kuennen New asphalt paver, compactors and...

Around The Globe–August 2016

Asphalt industry news and happenings from around the globe Canada GreenMantra Technologies, Brantford,...

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