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Greater Collaboration Is The Way To Contain Costs Within The Logistics Sector

30th November 2018 “Supply chains compete, not products, commodities or companies. The implication is that the focus should be on integrating all activities in the supply chain, and not on individual service providers” said Gerard de Villiers, Senior Consultant, Logistics and Advisory Operations at Arup who... 

Cities warned to improve resilience of entire water basin to avoid risk of running out of water – Arup report launched

30th October 2018 Increasing numbers of cities worldwide risk reaching Day Zero, with taps running dry, and exacerbating the effects of climate change, unless they start actively managing and improving the resilience of their entire water basins, warns a new report by global engineering consultancy Arup.   Cape... 

Arup Recognised at SAICE National Awards 2018

25th October 2018 The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) honoured Arup with the national award for Technical Excellence for the PwC Tower at the 2018 national award ceremony.   The winning project, PwC Tower, is PwC’s new head office in Johannesburg. The building has already become an iconic... 

Arup façade Design Commended at 2018 Steel Awards

22nd October 2018 Arup was commended for their entry of the V&A Grain Silo Complex façade in the Architectural Category at the 2018 South African Steel Awards on 11 October 2018. The company, an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists, works across every aspect of... 
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Climate change threatens to make your morning brew more expensive

Coffee farmer Masumi Kondo wrapped himself in a cosy blanket on cool nights in the 1970s when he began growing the crop in the Franca region of Brazil’s Sao Paulo state. Now, thanks to persistently warmer weather, he needs an air conditioner. It’s not just the sleeping habits of farmers... 

Ghosn ouster from Renault nears as France abandons car titan

France is turning on Carlos Ghosn almost two months after his arrest in Tokyo, eliminating one of the executive’s last potential allies within the global auto alliance he has held together for almost two decades. The French government has called for Ghosn’s dismissal as chairman and chief... 
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