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Planning and the impact of clauses on price escalations

15th January 2019 SEIFSA’s mission is clear: the organisation intends to help companies, especially in the metals and engineering industries, to strive effectively to attain sustainability for their businesses. This goal extends to giving Managers the specific tools and skills to deal with uncertainty and change.... 

Seifsa Training

14th January 2019 The Key To Re-Positioning The Metals And Engineering Sector For The Future 

How to use SEIFSA indices for Contract Price Adjustment (CPA)

6th December 2018 Congratulations you have just landed a very big tender contract! Despite this significant achievement you are unsure on how to proceed with the process, and different questions come to mind 

Seifsa elects ‘most transformed’ board to date

15th October 2018 Arabela Holdings executive chairperson Elias Monage has been elected president of the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) and chairperson of its board of directors, with effect from October 12. Monage was elected president during Seifsa’s seventy-sixth annual... 
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CEOs to be more cautious this year as uncertainty, pessimism prevail – PwC

There are consistent trends in the 2018 and 2019 results of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC’s) annual CEO survey, with global CEOs – including those based in South Africa – plagued by pessimism and uncertainty in the new year. According to the survey, which was released on Monday, caution among CEOs... 

Business insolvencies to remain as long as GDP growth is subdued – Euler Hermes

Credit insurance company Euler Hermes expects business insolvencies in South Africa to increase by about 2% this year, following a 3% increase in 2018. The company stated on Tuesday that this was the first outright deterioration since 2009 and the global financial crisis.  
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