The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads is set to publish a Technical Note to allow thinner asphalt pavement design in Queensland, opening the way for cost savings and more innovative asphalt mixes.
Recognising the need to expand its asphalt product range and capabilities, BGC Asphalt looked to ALmix Asia for a new, high-quality asphalt plant for its Hazelmere site. it was commissioned in September and has hit the ground running.
Asphalt plant and equipment manufacturer Ciber Equipamentos Rodoviários (Ciber) provides an overview on the influence of aggregates, moisture control and process adaptations in asphalt production.
With a strong presence at home and abroad, Chinese asphalt plant and equipment manufacturer Fujian TieTuo Machinery Co (TTM) has a solid platform from which to further expand its product offerings to the Australian market.
Having been involved in the introduction and first demonstration of Enrobés à module élevé (EME) on Australian roads, Boral is looking for more applications and opportunities for the asphalt technology around the country.