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Rail Transport and Infrastructure

SA’s largest robotic portal gantry system installation on track

By: Christy van der Merwe     13th April 2007 Supplier of automated robotic welding systems for the manufacturing industry, Motoman Robotic Systems South Africa, is currently installing its fifth robotic welding system for Transwerk 

BEE company seeks hand-up not handout

By: Christy van der Merwe     13th April 2007 Black economic-empowerment (BEE) company, and 25% stakeholder in the Bombela concession company, Strategic Partners Group (SPG), is determined to actively participate in all aspects of the Gautrain. 

Insurance broker for rapid-rail project appointed

By: Irma Venter     6th April 2007 Glenrand MIB has been appointed as the South African insurance broker to the Bombela concessionaire for the multibillion rand Gautrain rapid-rail project. 

‘Huge investments and govt commitment needed to solve transport problems’

By: Bert Swart     4th August 2006 Government is committed by its National Land Transport Transition Act (NLTTA) to ensuring that South African commuters have access to a reliable, world-class public transport system, says Arup transport economic adviser, Andrew Marsay. 

E-commerce iniative transforming business

14th June 2001 The co-sponsor of the Africa Rail 2001 conference and related business unit of Transnet, Promat, is gearing itself to becoming the leading e-procurement company in South Africa. 

Maintaining the right safety approach in the rail sector

14th June 2001 Southern Africa has the same ability to minimise rail risks as rail regimes elsewhere – the important ingredients are robust safety systems and the culture to implement them, advises UK Wragge & Co rail consultant Roger Gunson. 

Track system provides continuous support to rails

14th June 2001 One of the more interesting technologies to have hit the rail industry in the last few years is the ballastless beam-track system, Tubular Track. 

Rail conference steaming ahead after four years

14th June 2001 One of Africa's top events for rail executives Africa Rail 2001, now in its fourth year, is looking to set the agenda for the African rail industry. 

Firm captivated by rail opportunity

14th June 2001 The colourful Zulu beaded loveletter pinned on his cardigan almost mirrors the passion former University of Natal graduate electrical engineer and Alstom Transport MD Andries Tshabalala has for the rail industry. 

Railway engineers on display

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Upgrade project on track

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Rail event a valuable opportunity

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Graphic display at rail exhibition

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

New rail concept to be launched

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

International VIPs expected

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Railtrack system of the future to be exhibited

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Rail industry changes to be discussed

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Modelling tools designed for railway sector

By: System Author     4th June 1999 Computer-based engineering solutions company TLC Software, of Johannesburg, and Spoornet TTC will be participating in the upcoming Africa Rail ’99 exhibition. TLC Software is involved actively in the development of specialised systems and modelling tools for the railway industry, including... 

Ticket machine contract

By: System Author     4th June 1999 A feature of Reunert Communication Systems’ (RCS) exhibit at Africa Rail ’99 will be its redevelopments of ticket-issuing machines. One of the activities of the company is the development, integration and maintenance of ticket-issuing devices, as well as communication networks for... 

Ring-rail system to revitalise Pretoria area

By: System Author     4th June 1999 Although an estimated 325 000 passengers commute on the Pretoria rail network daily, it is generally agreed that the facility is under-used. “We have identified a section within the existing Pretoria rail system that forms a circle and could be developed to benefit all in an attempt to... 

First rotary-screw compressor for SA rail

By: System Author     4th June 1999 The first prototype rotary-screw compressor to be used in a rail-transportation application in South Africa has been installed in a Spoornet Class ‘E’ freight locomotive operating in the Belfast, Mpumalanga, area. The TrackAir Mahle rotary-screw compressor was installed by CompAir... 

Prototype wagon for R600m contract

By: System Author     4th June 1999 A world leader in heavy-haulage transport Spoornet will be exhibiting a prototype at Africa Rail ’99 used to develop a wagon that has resulted in a supply contract to Sweden totalling potentially more than R600-million. “The contract was awarded to us in February last year by Swedish... 

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