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Airport development not keeping pace with passenger growth

By: Natasha Odendaal     6th December 2017 Globally, airport capacity and airline demand for access to airports have not kept pace with one another, setting global aviation on a path to chaos should mitigation measures not be taken with urgency, according to the International Air Transport Association (Iata). Passenger load factors are... 

Growth in laser gas noted by company

14th April 2017 Laser application technology has seen substantial progress and development since the invention of the laser in the 1960s and gases and welding products supplier African Oxygen (Afrox) has experienced market growth over the years owing to its development of laser gases for different applications... 

Gases for laser cutting and welding processes

31st March 2017 Laser application technology has seen substantial progress and development since the invention of the laser in the 1960s. At the time it was recognised that nitrogen cutting was possible, giving an unoxidised edge, but laser power was simply too low to make this commercially attractive. The... 

Alstom delivers ahead of schedule the first Lucknow Metro trainset

5th December 2016 Alstom has delivered ahead of schedule the first Metropolis trainset to Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC). On 1 December, 2016, the metro trainset - which will now enter into a trial phase - has been officially presented to the customer. The event was held in the presence of Mr. Akhilesh... 

Adcock turns focus from survival to development

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th August 2016 After being in “remedial mode” for the past two years, JSE-listed pharmaceuticals giant Adcock Ingram is eyeing growth and development after generating healthy amounts of cash and accumulating “significant” resources during the year ended June 30. The group, which is progressing the sale of its... 

Krishnapatnam Port Inaugurates Maersk Salalah Service

25th April 2016 Krishnapatnam Port, the country’s largest all-weather; deep water port on the east-coast inaugurated the maiden call of “M V Maersk Bentonville” as part of the direct weekly service from Krishpatnam to Salalah (Oman). The first voyage of Maersk Bentonville discharged 551 TEU’s and loaded 770... 

AHEC outlines ‘forward thinking’ strategy to open up new market opportunities for American hardwoods

10th February 2016 Collaborations, installations, seminars, workshops and sustainable design initiatives to comprise the major elements of AHEC’s campaign The American Hardwood Export Council, the leading international trade association for the American hardwood industry, has outlined its forward thinking strategy... 

Yokogawa Wins Terminal Automation Systems Order from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

12th October 2015 Yokogawa announces that its subsidiary, Yokogawa India Ltd., has won a turnkey project order valued at 730 million rupees (US$11 million) to automate truck loading terminals for the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Under the terms of the contract, Yokogawa India will deliver Terminal Logistics... 

Consortium wants another crack at BAUMA CONEXPO

4th September 2015 Having participated in bauma Africa 2013, the leading technology supplier for the precast concrete industry, Progress Group, tells Engineering News it relished the opportunity to register for this year’s event – BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA – to increase the group’s familiarity with local industries and... 

Airbus seeks appropriate technologies to improve production efficiency

By: Keith Campbell     26th June 2015 Major global aircraft manufacturer Airbus Commercial Aircraft is maintaining a steady course. "I don't have any big news, good or bad," company President and CEO Fabrice Brégier told international aviation journalists in Toulouse, France, at the company’s recent Innovation Day media briefings.... 

SDLG strengthens customer support with new parts and service depot in Sudan

17th June 2015 Demonstrating its commitment to better parts availability and efficient aftermarket care, construction equipment manufacturer Shandong Lingong Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., (known as Lingong), has opened a new depot in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. The facility was inaugurated at a local... 

It's steady as she goes, says Airbus Commercial Aircraft boss

By: Keith Campbell     29th May 2015 Major global aircraft manufacturer Airbus Commercial Aircraft is maintaining a steady course. "I don't have any big news, good or bad," company President and CEO Fabrice Bregier told international aviation journalists in Toulouse, France, on Thursday. "We're in track," he reported. "The order... 

Lantek appoints Indian reseller

9th June 2014 Lantek has appointed a reseller for its Lantek Expert and Lantek Integra software for the sheet metal and structural steel industry in India. The company, Translanteck Nesting & Automation India Pvt. Ltd, is based in Bangalore, which is one of the major industrial regions of the country. Lantek... 

India moves closer to gold import quota to stifle demand

By: Reuters     24th July 2013 India has upped the ante in its drive to restrict gold imports into the world's biggest consumer, introducing regulations that stop just shy of imposing quotas as it tries to stifle demand ahead of a key buying season and narrow a yawning trade deficit. By tying gold imports directly to export... 

SAA, India’s Jet Airways sign code share agreement

By: Natalie Greve     17th April 2013 South African Airways (SAA) and Indian international airline Jet Airways have announced a code share agreement that will enable seamless air travel connectivity between several business centres in India and South Africa. A code share agreement enables two or more airlines to share the same... 

India’s GSI to get marine exploration vessel

By: Ajoy K Das     11th December 2012 The Geological Survey of India (GSI) would acquire an ocean-going research vessel from Korea’s Hyundai Industries, to be delivered in 2013, the Indian Mines Minister Dinsha Patel said. “The state-of-the-art vessel will undertake survey and exploration in blue marine waters and it will be a... 

Toyota expects 20 000 units a year of new budget car to be exported to SA

By: Irma Venter     4th May 2012 It appears Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) has high hopes for its new budget car, the Etios, set for launch in South Africa on May 21.  

Toyota aims high with new Etios, with 20 000-plus-units to be imported a year

By: Irma Venter     18th April 2012 It appears Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) has high hopes for its new budget car, the Etios, set for launch in South Africa on May 21. Export volumes to South Africa are expected to exceed 20 000 units a year, reports Toyota Kirloskar Motors, the Indian affiliate of the global Toyota Motor... 

Toyota seeks to revive entry-level success with May model launch

By: Irma Venter     23rd March 2012 Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) has announced that the much-anticipated entry-level Etios will be launched on May 21.  

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