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Top 5 tips for pouring a concrete walkway in your garden

2019-04-17T21:10:10+00:00April 17th, 2019|Contractor, End User, Product Analysis & News|

One of the most common, and appropriate, uses of concrete in landscaping is for walkways.  Properly laid, a concrete walkway is a lifetime improvement for your yard and one with huge advantages over the alternative types of walkways:  grass requires constant maintenance, gravel migrates into lawn and garden areas and collects dirt and weeds, stone

Who Buys Cart-Away Portable Concrete Equipment?

2019-03-21T23:17:12+00:00March 21st, 2019|Business Opportunity, Contractor, Customer Experiences, End User|

We have Cart-Away Concrete Mixing Trailers and Loading Plants All Over! In almost every state! From Florida to Alaska, from Southern California to Massachusetts, Cart-Away Portable Mixing Trailers and loading plants are spread far and wide. Who is buying all of this equipment? As I talked about in my first blog (which I’m

Top-Loading Portable Batch Plant

2019-03-05T22:57:57+00:00March 5th, 2019|Contractor, Customer Experiences, Product Analysis & News|

Cart-Away All-in-One Portable Batch Plant Cart-Away Concrete Systems is well know for our innovative approach to solving concrete mixing problems. But the real innovators are the people who adapt their Cart-Away portable batch plant to meet their specific needs. One of these great innovators is Grounds Care in New City, New York. They do several

Portable Concrete Mixers in WOC 2019

2019-02-07T18:32:25+00:00February 7th, 2019|Business Opportunity, Contractor, Cube, Product Analysis & News|

Portable Concrete Mixers in the World of Concrete Cart-Away Concrete Systems is the leading producer of portable concrete mixers and portable concrete batch plants. This year in Las Vegas we showed several mixing and delivery solutions at the World of Concrete. Visitors included: Many of our existing users that sell ready-mix concrete to others out

CUBE Field Tests

2018-08-31T23:51:20+00:00August 20th, 2018|Contractor, Cube, Customer Experiences|

Cube Field Tests The C.U.B.E. Passes Some Tough Testing! Even though the components used in the new C.U.B.E. have been in rental duty for over 15-years, we wanted to put this equipment to some rigorous testing. There are units being field tested in California and Oregon. These won’t look as pretty as your C.U.B.E., but

Gearbox Warning!

2018-08-31T21:10:20+00:00July 27th, 2018|Contractor, End User, Product Analysis & News|

One Simple Knob Can Save $1000’s in Gearbox Repair! The GearSaver knob on your Cart-Away mixing trailer will keep your customers from destroying a gearbox. Gear failure results from the stress caused by reversing the direction of the mixing drum too quickly. The GearSaver knob slows the directional rotation gradually and eliminates the shock to the

Size Matters in Thrust Control

2018-09-06T19:24:45+00:00July 27th, 2018|Business Opportunity, Contractor, Cube, Municipal, Product Analysis & News|

End the Thrust Block Money Pit Every utility contractor deals with the thrust block money pit – Because - size matters. You would think that a small dollop of wet concrete would be a simple deal – Right? Well, the fact is that trust blocking is a hassle at every turn, and in every project the

Sidewalk Repair Solution: Portable Concrete Mixer

2018-09-06T19:29:29+00:00July 27th, 2018|Business Opportunity, Contractor, Cube, International, Municipal, Product Analysis & News|

A Mid-Sized Mixer for Municipalities It’s not a glamorous issue for local politicians to talk about, but sidewalk repair is a major expense for cities and towns across the country. In Los Angeles, for example, the city has spent billions to fix sidewalks and settle lawsuits about ADA accessibility — a major issue brought on by the

Barn Slab with Portable Batch Plant

2018-08-31T21:35:21+00:00July 27th, 2018|Contractor, Cube, End User, Product Analysis & News|

Barn Slab: Total yards = 45 yards in 5-yard pours. The five-yard pours where required so that ranch equipment could be moved between sections and then moved onto the cured concrete. The Project spanned three weeks between other work projects. “The C.U.B.E. worked great for my needs. I could only pour a few yards before