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Midwest Featured in Local Business Spotlight

In Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc. by Jim Silva

In a recent spotlight, Innis Maggiore Ad Agency and The Canton Repository celebrate Midwest’s track record of excellence while underscoring its ambitious growth goals going forward.  With their local business spotlights, Innis Maggiore Ad Agency and The Canton Repository take pride in supporting successful, growing companies throughout the Stark County business community. In January, Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc. was honored …

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How Mining Leaders Stand to Benefit from the Founding of “Experience Centers”

In Dust Control, Mine & Quarry by Jim Silva

Thanks to Immersive Technologies, mining professionals can now connect with leading experts in the field and build their skill sets in a controlled environment.  Young professionals starting out in the mining industry face a steep learning curve. Once on the job, they’re expected to take on critical roles in a field that allows little room for error and that relies …

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Learn More About Maine’s Big Plans for Freight Rail Upgrades

In Rail, Rail & Mass Transit, Railroads, Transportation by Eric Vantiegham

Planned freight rail improvements in Maine aim to better integrate the Pine Tree state into the national Class I network.  State lawmakers and freight rail industry stakeholders working to improve Maine’s freight rail infrastructure are set to upgrade 75 miles of track between the towns of Waterville and North Yarmouth. While Maine currently benefits from the use of local and …

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AI is Put to the Test in Ontario Nickel Mining Exploration

In Mine & Quarry, Uncategorized by Jim Silva

Advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning have the potential to control the costs of exploratory drilling and make worksites more efficient.  Exploratory drilling is a necessary but costly expense for mining companies. While finding new drilling targets is essential to keep operations profitable, it can be resource-intensive to dig imprecisely. That’s why mining companies need to be confident about …

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How to Grade a Dirt Road

In Gravel Roads by Frank Elswick

Traditionally, grading dirt roads has called for motor graders and around-the-clock maintenance. Innovative, alternative methods — like those built by Midwest — make dirt roads stronger from the very start.  Unpaved dirt roads provide municipalities and businesses alike with cost-effective and reliable infrastructure. From industrial work on and around worksites to recreational activities in the community, unpaved dirt roads function …