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ELB to supply two mobile ship loaders to Transnet Port Terminals’ Saldanha Terminal

6th June 2018 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB), is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the contract to design, supply, install and commission two mobile ship loaders at Transnet Port Terminals’ (TPT) Saldanha Terminal – a strategic node of the movement of iron ore in South Africa. The ship... 

ELB welcomes Josh Hodgkinson as Implementation Engineer - Intelligent Solutions

6th June 2018 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB), is pleased to announce that Josh Hodgkinson has been appointed as Implementation Engineer – ELB Intelligent Solutions (EIS), to help drive the business into the 4th Industrial Revolution. Josh has work experience in over 12 different countries, graduating... 

Ngodwana biomass project, South Africa

25th May 2018 The project involves the construction of a 25 MW woodchip biomass plant.  

ELB Continues To Provide Know How Solutions To Multiple Sectors

24th May 2018 ELB announces the award of Debmarine-M.V. Grand Banks and completes Assmang’s Black Rock Projects, the Sack Tipping Unit for Unilever Nigeria and Colleen Bawn Clinker Loading in Zimbabwe ELB Engineering Services (ELB) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the drying system for the M.V.... 
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For OPEC, oil tariff spat is short-term gain, long-term pain

Opec, which has lost Chinese market share to US oil producers, should in theory view a tariff spat between Beijing and Washington as a boon. But while Opec can sell more oil to China as a result of import tariffs on US crude, in the long term the trade dispute could hit economic growth and oil... 

Zambia urges South African firms to invest in public projects

Zambia's finance minister urged South African firms to invest in roads and power plants in Africa's No.2 copper producer after it suspended borrowing indefinitely, slowing down the accumulation of new debt amid worries about the risk of distress. The International Monetary Fund rejected Zambia's... 
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