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No weak links in EKD Kolibri energy chain from Powermite

24th August 2017 Rugged, superior quality energy chain from electrical and mechanical equipment and energy supply systems specialist, Powermite, provides reliable and cost-effective protection of cables and hoses for the seamless operation of mobile equipment. EKD Kolibri energy chain, also known as drag chain,... 

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14th July 2017 Gauteng-headquartered Powermite, which has been operational since 1967, manufactures products for moving and rotating machinery, as well as cable, industrial plugs and sockets, mining connectors and lighting systems. 

Rugged mining cables & connectors for opencast & underground mining applications

5th June 2017 Components, equipment and systems specialist, Powermite, alongside sister company, Proof Engineering, bring end-to-end cable and connector solutions for mining and industrial applications. Powermite’s rugged range of TPU mining cables with flexible Class 5 tinned annealed copper wire conductors... 

Cable reeling solutions like no other from Powermite

9th May 2017 The materials handling division of mechanical and electrical engineering specialist, Powermite, supplies superior quality, rugged, reliable, and economical cable reeling systems and accessories to a wide spectrum of Southern African industries. Cable reeling systems are used to lay down and... 
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NUM postpones planned coal sector strike

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will postpone its planned strike in the coal sector, as some coal companies have decided to table new offers to NUM members. The union on Friday said the coal companies would present the new wage offers on Monday, after which the union would decide to... 

TNPA launches uMkhomazi tug

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) on Friday launched its penultimate tug as part of its R1.4-billion, nine-tug construction contract. The uMkhomazi tug, which means “place of cow whales” in Zulu, will serve at the Port of Durban. The moniker was given by the Zulus in reference to large... 
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