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MSA acquires US firefighter protective clothing, boot manufacturer

3rd November 2017 MSA has acquired Globe, a US manufacturer of firefighter protective clothing and boots. The acquisition of Globe strengthens MSA’s position as a clear market leader in North America for fire-service Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) products. Combined with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus... 

Lightweight and compact lanyard launched in SA

29th September 2017 Last month, equipment supplier MSA Africa launched a new self-retracting lanyard that is both lightweight and compact. The MSA Latchways 3 m personal fall limiter (PFL) has been designed specifically for environments where close anchorage is available. The lanyard uses multiple spring radial... 

Latest compact, lightweight self-retracting lanyard launched

30th August 2017 MSA Africa has launched its most compact and lightweight self-retracting lanyard to date. The MSA Latchways 3 m Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) has been designed specifically for environments where close anchorage is available. The secret behind the lanyard is the use of multiple spring radial... 

MSA Africa gives a shout-out to latest advances in hearing protection

3rd August 2017 Hearing protection is vital to prevent long-term, irreversible hearing loss. However, due to the fact that there are no immediate consequences, hearing protection is often not taken seriously enough. MSA Africa has addressed this problem by introducing the latest technology in hearing protection,... 
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IMF credit to Chad delayed over Glencore oil debt

Chad's stalled talks with Glencore on restructuring more than $1 billion in debt due to the trading firm has delayed the release of IMF funds for the struggling central African country until at least early next year, sources familiar with the matter said. The International Monetary Fund has said... 

Wärtsilä to build utility-scale solar power plant in Nigeria

Technology group Wärtsilä has been awarded the engineering, procurement and construction contract for its first utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant, in Nigeria. The 75MW plant is being developed by Pan Africa Solar and, when operational, will be the largest in Nigeria; and one of... 
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