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Heavy-duty upright beams handle heavier loads at higher storage levels

14th August 2015 Steel racking, shelving and mezzanine flooring manufacturer, supplier and installer Universal Storage Systems expects to launch its new upright beams, which will support heavier material loads, by the end of November, Universal Storage Systems sales director Jan Breytenbach says. The company is... 

Fluctuating steel prices affect local manufacturers

10th July 2015 A significant number of South African manufacturers have been forced to import steel over the past two years instead of buying it locally because local steel prices are high, says steel racking, shelving and mezzanine flooring manufacturer, supplier and installer Universal Storage Systems sales... 

Company focuses on innovative warehousing solutions

24th October 2014 Johannesburg-based warehousing products manufacturer Universal Storage Systems is focusing on providing the latest warehousing solutions; the company is the only South African company to have designed, engineered and installed a clad rack warehouse in the country. Company sales and marketing... 

Council for GeoScience expands drilled ‘core’ centre.

15th July 2003 The Council for GeoScience's of Pretoria is reporting significant success in its plan to develop a comprehensive core-samples archive. 
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SA will take some three years to recover from drought, WC more – Mokonyane

South Africa will take two to three years to recover from the worst drought in a century but the Western Cape will feel the effects for longer than that, Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane said on Friday. Mokonyane said in her budget vote speech major dams were almost three quarters... 

Uganda, Tanzania sign deal for world's longest heated pipeline

Uganda and Tanzania signed a framework agreement on their proposed $3.55-billion crude export pipeline on Friday, a key milestone for the project, which is expected to start pumping Ugandan oil to international markets in three years. An official at Uganda's Ministry of Energy told Reuters the... 
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