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Fit-For-Purpose Design Meets Low Cost Of Ownership

26th October 2016 Partnering with quarries from design stage right through to decommissioning ensures that they get the lowest cost per ton of quality product over the life of their crushing equipment, according to JD Singleton, general manager Trio® crushing and screening equipment at Weir Minerals Africa.... 

Heavy Investment Into Weir Heavy Bay Foundry

3rd October 2016 Weir Group’s investment into Weir Heavy Bay Foundry continues at pace, positioning the operation as a best cost producer of high quality castings. The recent commissioning of an advanced secondary sand plant at Weir HBF will allow the Port Elizabeth foundry to reduce manufacturing costs, further... 

Materials Producers Win With Trio® Crushers And Screens

6th September 2016 Smaller independent quarries and concrete recycling operations in Africa and the Middle East are quickly responding to an insatiable need for construction materials by using Trio® crushing and screening equipment. JD Singleton, general manager responsible for Trio® products at Weir Minerals... 

Weir Minerals Launches Trio® Tp Cone Crusher Range

24th June 2016 Weir Minerals has announced the global release of its Trio® Top Performance cone crusher range to the mining and construction aggregate market. Combining aggressive crushing action, high crushing force and high power, this new generation of top performing cone crushers takes the user to the next... 
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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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