|8:00am to 9:00am||
Registration and networking breakfastPick up your name badge and show guide at the registration desk and enjoy breakfast compliments of Rock to Road.
|9:00am - 9:45am||
What is it to be meaningful?
Well, if you answered yes to any of these, you understand where I am going with this discussion…
In 2005, the tiny First Nation of Mikisew Cree took Canada to court in relation to the need to consult…you need to understand this Supreme Court of Canada decision and others in order to avoid “your” day in court…
|9:45am to 10:30am||
Using Conveyors to Lower Cost per TonSpeaker: Phil Garinger, Equipment Territory Manager, Canada, Superior Industries.
So, you've decided to upgrade your quarry with some new conveyors. Smart choice! Especially considering current challenges with gas prices, transportation bottlenecks, and citizen concerns. This short course will cover a few topics to ensure your new aggregate conveyors will reduce cost per ton at your quarry. Topics include stockpiling techniques, material segregation, conveyors versus haul trucks, and new applications for conveying technology.
|10:30am to 11:00am||
|11:00am to 11:45am||
Lifecycle of a Screen, Managed: Get The Most Out of Your MachineSpeaker: Tod Eberle, Director of Aggregates, Polydeck
Screening material is a crucial part of most aggregate operations. A properly run screen can run so well that it is forgotten amongst other priorities, while a troublesome screen can be so taxing on an operation and seriously hurt its bottom line. This presentation aims to help the Aggregate Operators think of screening as a relatively predictable part of their operation and help stay ahead of any problem units in their screening circuit.
|11:45am to 12:15pm||
2023 Supply Chain Outlook: Q&A with CME President Dennis DarbyPresenter: Andrew Snook, Editor, Rock to Road.
The supply chain disruptions being felt around the globe through the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic are unlike anything people have experienced for a very long time – for many of us, ever before.
To gain additional insights into the 2023 supply chain outlook in Canada, Rock to Road spoke with Dennis Darby, president and CEO of the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters. Advocating for and representing member interests for more than 150 years, the CME works with 2,500 leading manufacturers from coast to coast to help them grow their businesses.
|12:15pm to 1:30pm||
|1:30pm to 2:15pm||
New Training and Monitoring Methods for Conveyor OperationsSpeaker: Tom Coleman, Territory Manager, New England and Atlantic Canada, Flexco.
Innovating new ways to teach new or inexperienced employees about conveyors along with a new way to monitor conveyor performance.
|2:15pm to 3:00pm||
Maximizing Cone Crusher PerformanceSpeaker: Phil Garinger, Equipment Territory Manager, Canada, Superior Industries.
Every producer wants peak crushing performance, but not every producer knows how to achieve it. Getting there may require just a few tweaks – or even a total rebuild. To remain at peak levels requires proactive maintenance practices, combined with expert consultation and continuing education. When operations truly maximize cone crusher performance, the perpetual paybacks include lower cost per ton, greater plant uptime, increased production capacities of highly saleable material and reduced maintenance and wear costs.
|3:00pm to 3:30pm||
|3:30pm to 4:15pm||
Bank Swallows: A Threatened Species in Pits and QuarriesSpeaker: Heather Polowyk, Bank Swallow Conservation Coordinator, Birds Canada.
Bank Swallows are Aerial Insectivores or birds that eat insects while flying. As a group, Aerial Insectivores are declining faster than any other bird group in Canada. Bank Swallows require loose piles of sand, soil, or gravel with a slope of at least 70 degrees for nesting, like those found in pit and quarry operations. This presentation will discuss Bank Swallow life history, habitat requirements, and ways to limit potential harm to this threatened species.
40 Silver Dart Drive
Enfield NS, CA,
Are you a sponsor or attendee joining us from out of town? Please take advantage of our special guest room rate of $169.
Alt Hotel Halifax Airport
To make a reservation, please call 1-855-258-5775 or 902-334-0136 and mention the group reservation ID QuarryTech when booking to access the group rate.
The group rate ends by Friday, September 16, 2022, so please book ahead to secure your room!