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Positive signs for IFAT Africa 2017

2nd June 2017 With four months to go before the beginning of the trade fair it is clear that IFAT Africa is proving to be relevant to many exhibitors. Close to 100 companies have already registered for the environmental technology trade fair in South Africa in 2017. IFAT Africa will be held at the Johannesburg... 

IFAT Africa 2017: Finding ways out of the water crisis

9th February 2017 Messe München GmbH Messegelände 81823 München Deutschland Southern Africa suffering under severe drought Pipeline projects worth billions planned Greater use of groundwater and seawater in the future From September 12 to 14, 2017, local and international representatives from the environmental... 

Italian company enters South African market

30th September 2016 For the first time ever, Italian pumps manufacturer Robuschi, represented in South Africa by Letaba Pumps, displayed a Robox blower unit at Electra Mining Africa 2016 earlier this month. Letaba division Brubin Pumps GM Hannes Liebenberg comments that this follows the high level of interest the... 

Terex Implements Expansion Plan For Fuchs Material Handlers

8th August 2016 Terex Corporation continues to implement a series of strategic moves and investments to better position its purpose-built Fuchs material handler business for global expansion and sales growth. Recently, the business was rebranded “Fuchs – A Terex Brand” in key markets for consistent global brand... 
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Amplats strengthens balance sheet, continues to manage for low prices

Platinum mining company Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) reported on Monday that it has been able to further strengthen its balance sheet in the six months to June 30, despite the weaker rand basket prices in the period. In generating R4.3-billion in underlying operating cash flow, Amplats was... 

Castle exits PPC after nearly three years

After two and a half years at the helm, Darryll Castle is stepping down as JSE-listed PPC CEO and director to pursue other interests, with immediate effect. “The company and the CEO have agreed to part ways,” said PPC chairperson Peter Nelson in a statement to shareholders, released on Monday. 
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